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April 1, 2014

traffic redirection by domain name to external addresses



We using Linux CentOS.

For example - we have 3 hosts - host1.domain.com, host2.domain.com, host3.domain.com. Hosts connected via VPN.

Task: host1.domain.com must be a gateway for http/https traffic, and redirect requestes to host2.domain.com and host3.domain.com.

host1.domain.com will have external IP and accepts request on 80 port.

host2.domain.com and host3.domain.com - internal IP and accepts request on 8080 and 8443 ports.

How this can be realised? IPTABLES, NGINX, something else?

And - what about other traffic? SSH, samba etc.


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