>>> I think you would need to use an additional box running something like
>>> Squid as a reverse proxy to achieve this.
>When it is possible to host both websites with one apache installation
>(on one server), then you could use name based virtual hosts:
>No additional proxy would be needed, and the webserver can
>differentiate requests to the two domains according to the HTTP-
The original question (which someone very kindly deleted from a reply!)
>i have one static ip adress. behind a monowall 2 webservers are running
>on different machines.
>it's just a small testing installation. now i like different rules for
>e.g. the request goes to www.myfirstdomain.ltd, the request should be
>through NAT/Firewall to Server1,
>a second request goes to www.myseconddomain.ltd, all requests should go
>unfiltered to Server2.
>is it possible to filter requests by domains? is something like that
>possible in general?
The op has two servers therefore he must run a separate proxy or run a
proxy on one of the machines, using host header based virtual hosting.
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: m0n0 at dana dot org dot uk