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I have a variety of domain names that are currently sharing the same IP address and routed to the same server.

Now that traffic is increasing, I want to split the domains (only within my network) to different servers while retaining the same external IP address.

For example would then route to server A while would route to server B within my network.

If there is an inexpensive firewall/router that would handle this, that is a possibility, but would prefer some sort of software solution if that is possible.

Since I have only one IP Address available to me, my options are somewhat limited, so I am trying to make the best of it.


What I have tried:

I have tried using my existing router to handle the different routes, but it does not seem to be able to do that. This includes port routing, and DMZ.
Updated 23-Feb-22 4:30am
Peter_in_2780 22-Feb-22 23:01pm    
You don't tell us what you're using already, or willing to add. There are many software solutions available.
In terms of your existing router, it could probably handle routing by mapping IP port numbers to different servers.
Peter_in_2780 23-Feb-22 21:13pm    
Still no more information. Try "reverse proxy" in your search engine, and pick one that fits your environment.

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