I have 2 IP's on two different wan-ports. No i want to expose one machine from my LAN to the internet, on port 80 to do everything else with a reverse proxy. The other ip however must forward traffic from port 80 to a different machine:
<91.x.x.100>:80 -> forward to 192.168.0.20
<91.x.x.120>:80 -> forward to 192.168.0.110
I tried for two days now, and can't get it to work, here is what i tried so far:
One-To-One NAT from public ip to local machine - didnt work, i cant enter a wan ip address as public ip
Port Forwarding bound to a specific interface - Doesnt work, an interface is not selectable, although its stated in the docs
DMZ - Didnt work. Entered the local machines ip into the DMZ-Host field, set up the wan2 as DMZ with a correct ip, added access rules to the ACL, still no luck, all it did was, requesting both ips from outside, landed on the same machine.
I hope i didnt miss required information in this post, and hope that someone can give me an advice how to solve this.
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