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Hi,

I have 2 computers in a network. 1 Windows 2000 Server + DNS and 1 Linux RedHat 7.2
Now .. I need to get the webserver of that linux pc working on the outside.
I tried to add a host record linux.dotcreations.be to 192.168.0.10, the internal IP of that linux pc.
This doesn't work though :\
How can I get the people who connect to linux.dotcreations.be to connect on that linux pc instead of the windows pc ?
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by:gooja
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Hi,

If i understand your question correctly, this kind of thing is called 'port forwarding' (or port redirecting), in your case for the web server, port 80. This can be configured in the Settings part of the Internet Connection Sharing properties on the Win2000 machine. I guess you already have the ICS working, right? For a nice explanation, see for example

http://www.informit.com/isapi/product_id~%7B3BD59E20-8ADA-4E5A-891E-7D9C76E2E628%7D/content/index.asp

have fun, i hope this helps.
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by:Reggie_BE
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Yeah, but actually I want to choose the pc, not via the port, but via the hostname. So when I surf to f.e. win.dotcreations.be I get to the winserver and linux.dotcreations.be to the linuxserver. And not only for port 80. Just like it were 2 pc's seperatly on the internet.
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noone knows ? :(
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