running more than one server with one IP address
wigry at uninet.ee
Tue Aug 30 06:08:17 GMT 2005
Well, you must then forward the BIND ports (port 53) also to host B.
Jared Hall wrote:
>On 8/28/05, Rein Kadastik <wigry at uninet.ee> wrote:
>>You create a single gateway for all the services and then use the
>>portforwarding. This way you can forward port 25 to host A, 80 to host B
>>and so on. The hosts A and B have to be behind this gateway machine.
>>Much the same way LAN gateways are done. If you have some more detailed
>>questions, just drop a line.
>>if I am port forwarding 80 to host B through a semi-managed switch (a
>netgear VPN which does not support classical routing) is it possible to run
>BIND on host B?
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