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It is possible. You may use apache (or better yet, haproxy, nginx or varnish, that may be more efficient than apache for just that redirection task) in the main server, to redirect to the apache ports of each container. But, depending on the sites you run there (and their apache configurations), it may require far more memory than using a single central ...


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To make things easier I'll presume your setup is very simple... The DNS server in the screenshot will be your internal DNS - this is different to your external and external clients won't resolve 192.168.0.0/24 because that is designated a private subnet - not routable over the public internet. You will need to configure your external DNS servers to point to ...


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Yes, it is possible. What you need to do is providing several 80 ports. one for each URLs. You can do this using, e.g. Virtual Host of Apache running on Docker host server. Set DNS CNAME. Run docker instances and map their port 80 to port, say, 12345~12347 of the docker host. Run Apache server on docker host and set a Virtual Host for each URL and set ...



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