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Forward port 80 to another server
I currently have one static ip...which has been configured to
Debian..now i want to run a webserver within the network internally
can someone tell me how can i forward port 80 request from One machine to another
Originally Posted by MixMasters
If you have http running on both the machines, you can setup a redirect rule, by creating a .htaccess file in the document root for the apache.
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Are you trying to have the server with the external IP act as a gateway and have an internal server (i.e. 10.x.x.x) running the website ?
If so this can be done with IPTables on the external IP'd debian machine. I'm assuming two interfaces here, one external interface and one internal.
I would suggest doing a google search on IPTables and NAT, or you can try this site, they have some good information:
I can likely give you some examples, but honestly I'd be afraid I'd miss something.
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