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Old 9th August 2010, 19:14
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Default redirecting rtmp requests to different websites based on host name

I am looking for a layer 7 firewall.I have to redirect rtmp requests for different hostnames coming at a gateway to internal servers at LAN at their respective hostnames.
If some one has some idea let me know can this be done on IPTABLES
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IPTABLES incoming at port 1935 -protocol rtmp -hostname1 to server 1 on LAN @ port 1935
IPTABLES incoming at port 1935 -protocol rtmp -hostname2 to server 2 on LAN @ port 1935
like that.
Or if not IPTABLES then some other feasible solution.
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