Internet Related/Filtering/Firewall Thread, Mutliple Internet Domain to 1 IP in Technical; Hi,
So I want to be able to route multiple external domains (ie http://video.website.com and http://mail.website.com ) to different servers ...
21st October 2013, 07:20 PM #1
Mutliple Internet Domain to 1 IP
So I want to be able to route multiple external domains (ie http://video.website.com and http://mail.website.com) to different servers internally. Will Microsoft Forefront UAG fit the bill for this, I want to try and avoid 3rd party or open source if possible.
Any ideas or a rough guide if somebody has managed this.
Thanks in advance.
21st October 2013, 07:43 PM #2
Interested to see what you find to do this. At the moment I'm using ISA2006 purely for this task (used to be our main firewall, but now i use it purely for publishing sites) I've heard sophos have a system for doing this which i think only came out this year or last year but like you ideally i want to avoid 3rd party aka paying for something else.
Seems very fussy of me but more than anything i want to get rid of that last windows 2003 server I've got hence the desire to replace the ISA
21st October 2013, 07:51 PM #3
you could set one up as a proxy to the other? or maybe (a better idea would be) a reverse proxy in front of both of them (would certainly help the video servers capacity) Reverse proxy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Squid would be my recommendation. Squid (software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Last edited by mjs_mjs; 21st October 2013 at 07:53 PM.
21st October 2013, 09:03 PM #4
Originally Posted by mjs_mjs
OP wants to avoide open source.
21st October 2013, 09:08 PM #5
Originally Posted by teklogic
Make sure you have a wildcard DNS entry pointing to the single domain (website.com) then use URL host headers to serve the different pages. IIS will handle this for you.
Configure a Host Header for a Web Site (IIS 7)
21st October 2013, 09:16 PM #6
Even if the websites are on different servers, I have done this for websites hosted on the same server?
Originally Posted by Jamo
21st October 2013, 09:26 PM #7
I think you can if you use an IIS reverse proxy.
Originally Posted by teklogic
Setting up a Reverse Proxy using IIS, URL Rewrite and ARR : carlosag : The Official Microsoft IIS Site
Use host headers to filter the request and define the URL rewrite for each site using the above method.
21st October 2013, 10:05 PM #8
Technically not what it is designed to do but if you could use the lower end KEMP loadbalancers to do this - I say lower end because you won't need the SSL offloading etc.
Plus it's really easy to setup - 10/20 mins once you have the jist of it.
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