One WAN IP, Multiple Web servers
I'm wondering if it is possible to use pfSense as a "reverse-proxy" without involving extra software like Squid, IQ Reverse Proxy and so on.
My situation is like this:
I have registered two internet Domains. e.g.
Both have set their DNS-record to my static WAN-addess, e.g. 220.127.116.11
On the inside (LAN), I have two physical Web-servers running, e.g. one Apache- and one Lotus Domino-server.
Both are responding on tcp port 80.
I can easily change local port for one of the servers e.g. port 81 for Domino, if it makes things easier.
From the outside (internet) I would like to access both servers on port 80, and it should be redirected to the corresponding Web-server depending on the URL.
www.aaa.no -> 18.104.22.168 -> 10.10.1.5 (Apache server)
www.yyy.no -> 22.214.171.124 -> 10.10.1.6 (Domino server)
Is this achievable with pfSense only?
Any ideas would be highly appreciated :)
GruensFroeschli last edited by
You can do this with a properly configured apache.
But not with pfSense directly.