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Routing Incoming Request To Specific Servers

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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Scenario:

Two Servers, one hosting websites and the other hosting an exchange email server.

2 ISP provided static IP address. One for the web traffic other for the exchange email server.

The applications running on both servers require the use of port 80 and 443. Both servers are also running MAC OSX Lion.

Is the a router or firewall out there that will detect which IP address the traffic came in on and rout it to the appropriate server?

Or am i going about this entirely wrong?

Any ideas on how to get mail.domain.com going to server 1 and domain.com going to server 2?

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