Multi-Domains - Multi-Interfaces
I do not know enough to make an intelligent start to look for making this configuration work.
In other words, domains foo and bar both resolve to x.y.z.49.
Based on the domain name, I want the respective traffic to use the associated interface.
I have been exploring Squid, but the dozens of tutorial sites I have visited are either badly written, assumes the reader is a *nix god, focuses on aspects of Squid I am not interested in, or all three.
Is Squid the solution here?
If not, what is? Can pfSense do this by itself?
If so, where would be a well-written, comprehensive, "For Dummies" tutorial on the Reverse Proxy aspects of Squid as presented in the pfSense WebGUI?
pfSense cannot do this in it's default setup.
You need a reverse proxy that can read host headers. I believe there are more than one available as a package for pfSense though I've never set this up myself.
Have a search through the forum for 'host headers'.