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Old 12th April 2010, 15:25
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Default how to access 4 application servers web based

I read a lot of blog and tutorials about name based and IP based hostings and also about mod_proxy.
But I am unable to do.
Here is what I am trying to do.
I have a webserver on public IP.Which is running Xen on it.

There are 4 Guest Operating systems installed on top of Dom0
which are Dom1,Dom2,Dom3,Dom4
These are application servers which are going to serve the requests that come from the main server.Which is Dom0.

I right now have no clue.
All I see is "It works" on all 4 of the hosts.
On my LAN on any machine on same subnet if I do
http://Ip of Domu1
message comes
Code:
It Works
.
Same thing happens with remaining 3 DomU's.
http://IP of DomU2
http://Ip of Domu3
http://Ip of Domu4
in browser from LAN gives me a message
Code:
It works.
What do I need to do on Dom0 so that requests are forwarded to the appropriate DomUs apache2 is running on all of them including Dom0.
Should I configure a DNS on Dom0 Xen machine.
Since it has a public IP and remaining are DomU's?
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You can use Apache's reverse proxy feature. This howto should give you the idea: http://www.howtoforge.com/apache_rev...roxy_ispconfig
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You can use Apache's reverse proxy feature. This howto should give you the idea: http://www.howtoforge.com/apache_rev...roxy_ispconfig
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