Jeremy Leff (jeremyleff) wrote in diyhosting,
Jeremy Leff
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Multiple Servers Behind a NAT Router

I've been scouring the search engines trying to find a way to set up multiple web servers behind a single-IP NAT router. Basically I want to configure my setup so that http://server1.mydomain.com (public) translates to http://192.168.1.2 (private) and http://server2.mydomain.com translates to http://192.168.1.3/exchange/. The only suggestion I've come across so far is setting up the router for port forwarding, but I want to keep everything on the default Port 80. I would also like to my local LAN users to be able to access these servers not via their internal addresses but by their public URLs.

I don't think it's really relevant, but just in case, Server2 (192.168.1.2) is an Exchange Server running Outlook Web Access. Perhaps someone can point me to an article or lend some advice?

Thanks in advance!
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