I've got a question concerning iptable prerouting. I'm not that familiar with networking/routing/iptables so I hope this is not a stupid question, at all. So I ask for your understanding and indulgence.
What I do is: I use LXC to separate apps in containers. For accessing a service (maybe apache2) in a container, I have to do prerouting like this:
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 20080 -j DNAT --to <container-ip>:80
So far so good, works as it should.
Imagine the host system also runs an apache2 (Port 80). It got 1 NIC and 2 DNS-Names assigned: DNS1 (HostRecord) and DNS2 (Alias to DNS1) What I want to do is to PREROUTE not using the dport but by using the DNS-Name, so that:
http://DNS1:80 #ends up at the host apache2 http://DNS2:80 #ends up at lxc-container's apache2 (at the the same host)
Is it possible and if yes, how to configure iptables?