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Multiple Internal Web Server RV042

                   We have setup a new internal web server so now we have two internal web server and both or hosting sites on port 80.  Currently we have port 80 forwarding to one of the web servers and users are able to hit it from the outside.  Is there any way to configure the RV042 to route web traffic to the correct web server by using the site name or dns?  If a user puts in the address www.sp.web1.com be routed to one web server but if they put in www.sp.web2.com be routed to our second web server.   I've checked with our vendors and the both web servers applications need to run on port 80.  If we have forwarding setup on the RV042 to forward port 80 to web1 then users can't access web2 from the outside?

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Multiple Internal Web Server RV042

Hi Loren, if you have multiple WAN ip address, you may one to one nat the web servers

-Tom

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Multiple Internal Web Server RV042

Hello Thomas,

We have a similar application.     we need to allow access to 3 differente web servers on port 80 from the external.

My question is:  If we configure one to one nat,  will this affect the rest of the internal users to access the internet?

In the past we had a 3com router and if you configured it for one-2-one nat, then nobody except the serves could access the interent.

Thanks for your response.

Green

Multiple Internal Web Server RV042

Hi Roger,

This depends on your internet service. If you have only 1 public IP address, then 1 to 1 nat is not a solution for you. 1 to 1 nat maps a public IP to a device on your LAN.

If your internet service only provides 1 external IP for you, you may have to work with port translations instead using port forwarding.

-Tom
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