Chris Buechler wrote:
>> is it possible to "map" different domains with the monowall?
>> let me try to explain what i'm thinking about.
>> 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 different URL's.
>> e.g. the request goes to www.myfirstdomain.ltd, the request should be through NAT/Firewall to
>> 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?
> I'm not aware of any commercial or open source firewall that will do
> this. However there is a solution in the documentation that may work
> for you.
> You really need one public IP per web server, though that may be a
> suitable work around. You could also reverse proxy with a number of
> different solutions, Google and you'll find answers.
I think that IPCop with the Layer7 addon will do this. I haven't used
it with that addon, but it is available. I use a different method for
separating my web servers. Also, I know that Microsoft's ISA server and
any of the appliances built off of it will do this. The main thing in
question is that you have to have layer 7 access to provide the
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