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reverse proxy with two virtual web server and only one IP for the host.

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I have two virtual web server and only one IP for the host. So the need of some kind of proxy server.
Whitch one should I use? (apache, nginx, varnish, squid)

I need also the same for smtp (two postfix), if possible the same one :-) basic config?

I have one host , one IP and two domain, one for each virtual machine and the result I want:[]--->[][]--->[]

posted Aug 26, 2013 by Kumar Mitrasen

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I solve the ssh problem in the router with port forwarding. Port 22 to 22 of one of the internal systems and another port to port 22 of the other system.

I use only one system for the web server using virtual hosts for the two names on that system. You can however use ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse in the second virtual web server to pass the http(s) packages on to the second web server.

answer Aug 26, 2013 by Luv Kumar
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