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I am running RH Linux 7.1 with 3 eth interfaces.  eth0 = WAN, eth1=subnet-a 192.168.0.2 to . 100; eth2=subnet-b 192.168.1.2 to .100

I have one Static IP coming to eth0.  
Will be running Apache, ftp and mail daemons on the RH 7.1

My questions are:

1.  How could i host multiple domains with the single IP address

2.  multiple mail servers with the same single ip

3.  need to provide NAT for subnet-a so that everyone on that subnet can browse the internet

4.  need to provide routing to subnet-b for traffic coming to certain specific port (that is dedicated machine in subnet-b will be running some services)

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Shah
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