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Old 22nd May 2009, 18:36
stefanos stefanos is offline
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Hi d31373,

I had a similar question and ended up going with a simple approach and doing it with apache's reverse proxy as a front end machine.

I am guessing you could configure apache to listen on Port 80 & 8222 {vmware} and proxy to the server you want based on the header host.

for https (443 & 8333) it's a bit more tricky as you need to read the headers.

As for other traffic say ssh pop3 etc.. I don't think you can go through a proxy server it's just for http/https traffic and you will need to NAT to the server. i.e. port 25 would NAT to server A
pop3 would NAT to server B etc..

But I am not sure. If you find out how to do it please let me know.

Stephen
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