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Using single IP for multiple subdomains running on VmWARE

benjalamelami
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I have one particular setup I want to ask for your help

Currently I use VmWare for different hosts.  I also use Kerio Control on a dual connection to the internet, each with a single IP that has a public address.  This is for load balancing and failover.   I am also using DynDNS to have my domain name resolved.  However, every single VmWare appliance has to have either one single IP or use port forwarding.

I'm not a huge fan of portforwarding.  How can I map something like this

domain.com --> 190.14.240.50
sub1.domain.com --> internal ip 192.168.0.1
sub2.domain.com --> internal ip 192.168.0.2
sub3.domain.com --> internal ip 192.168.0.3

is my question clear?

   
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