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  1. #1
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    trafic forwarding through iptables

    I am just planning to move all the account from a old server to the new upgraded one.

    As I configure the new server and wait for the name server informations to propagate, I was thinking to forward the trafic of the old server to the new servers through IPTABLES on http, smtp, pop3, imap, ftp etc

    I need help regarding thats. Or if there is an alternative they please let me know.

    I need help
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  2. #2
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    One way would be to bind dedicated IP addresses for each domain name. In this way while DNSes are refreshing whenever a visitor goes to yourdomain.com he (and the traffic as well) will be redirected to the new server.

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    Is there any way to do the trafic forwarding through iptables !!
    ESC :wq!

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    If you have root access to both servers, you can redirect the
    traffic from the one to the other, in case you do not use any v-hosts.
    I`m not aware of the exact way how you should proceed.

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    Thanx , how did I missed that
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    It's hidden in the tutorials section
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