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Is it possible to route different paths to separate websites?

I got the following scenario: 1 Home server with 1 IP e.g. 192.168.178.30

On this server are the following services installed:

- Jira - http://IP:8080/
- Confluence - http://IP:8090/
- Stash - http://IP:7990/
- Some Nodejs websites - http://IP:8000/ to http://IP:8005/

Now i want to hide the ports and just call the services by their names:

- http://192.168.178.30/Jira
- http://192.168.178.30/Confluence 
- http://192.168.178.30/Stash 
- http://192.168.178.30/Node1 or something
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You can easily do it with nginx proxy module. Official docs have pretty detailed examples.

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Is it called reverse proxy? –  Michael Malura Jun 17 '13 at 12:13
    
Oh ok you linked the page. Its hard to see the links. :) I will test my configuration with the documentation. –  Michael Malura Jun 17 '13 at 12:29

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