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I know this question is very specific, but I have not found any help yet.

At our office, we run a small server room with a few servers behind a ZyWall. Unfortunately, we only have one external IP at the moment, let's say 101.102.103.104.

Assuming I have two server computers (lets call them server1 with internal IP 10.0.1.11 and server2 with 10.0.1.12), is it possible to redirect incoming traffic by the domain name with our firewall?

For example:

  • mydomain.com (A record 101.102.103.104) should be forwarded to port 80 of 10.0.1.11 (server1)
  • myotherdomain.com (A record 101.102.103.104) should be forwarded to port 80 of 10.0.1.12 (server2)

Until now, I have only found a way to redirect all incoming traffic to port 80 of one server. But then I can only use one server as a webserver, or I would need to make users add another port to the domain?

Is it possible to achieve what I would like to do?

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