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ASA5505 Web Forewarding

Hi there. I’d like to ask how I can redirect http/https outside traffic to two different web servers on my network. I am a novice with cisco hardware and can only use comfortably GUI. I have one static WAN IP 60.x and 8 additional IPs addresses on different subnet in range 123.x.x.16 to x.23 from my ISP provider. I have created a Web interface on ASA with security 100 and assigned manually IP 123.x.x.x17 and plugged a switch to this port. My web server with Ip:123.x.x.18/255.255.255.248 and 123.x.x.17 as its gateway is plugged into the same switch. Now I have created NAT for my web server and Access Rule to allow http/https traffic from outside interface to that IP. When I punched 123.x.x.18 IP in browser I can connect from outside and view default IIS website on my webserver.  I believe the way I set it up is that I have forwarded whole http/https traffic to this server. My question is if I have second web server with IP 123.x.x.19 how do I set my ASA to forward http requests to correct device? So if someone wants to see website on 123.x.x.18 gets x.18 website and other user trying to access 123.x.x.19 gets web site from second server. Or can IP use for my web servers same range as my house network 192.168.1.1 and somehow tell ASA that if http request comes for 123.x.x.18 forward it to 192.168.1.18 and 123.x.x.19 to 192.168.1.19 Could someone please explain in plain English to me how can I achieve this? :-) Cheers:

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