Hello, Some time ago, I built a Linux server using one of the excellent How-To articles here on the site. The server currently handles email, web, ftp, and DNS traffic. I am getting close to bringing a new machine online to replace the existing machine. In order to slowly migrate services over to the new machine, I was curious if it is possible to run two web servers on the same network. I know it is quite possible to configure them to run on different ports and then forward ports on the gateway router appropriately. This is not the desired functionality I want. Rather, I want the services to run on the default port (i.e. 80). Research online has led me to believe it is possible by configuring a reverse proxy. I have seen many examples of High Availability clusters that operate in a similar but different fashion. The examples I have found all appear to deal with one domain where some URL's are sent to a server for the sales department and others are sent to a marketing server. I have not yet found documentation or examples on how to have a proxy server effectively pass traffic to a backend server based on unique domains. Any input would be appreciated.