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Let's say, I have a server which is directly connected to the internet (no firewall), and sits on externally and internally sits on I have my domain's records set up so that points to my external IP.

I also have another server, which sits on, but is only accessible internally, as I only have 1 external IP address. I have forwarded to my external IP, but of course, it points to my first server.

Is there a way, to possibly route the traffic coming from to the other server? I have been reading about this, but it's not very clear, using Microsoft ISA Server.

Thanks in advanced.

I would choose between the two servers with domains

server 1 -

server 2 -

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try to use some kind of reverse proxy. – Boban P. Dec 26 '11 at 9:09
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Two solutions:

  • reverse proxy (apache, squid...) facing your internet connexion, which will forward the requests to the corresponding webserver.
  • Hosting the two websites on the same webserver and use two virtualhosts.

There is plenty of tutorials on the net which will explain to you how to do.

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