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    Default multiple port forward

    is there a way to forward port 80 to multiple computers

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    not on the same IP.
    If you have multiple external IPs you can forward one to one box and another to another box.
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    ok then can you tell me how to set up a second subnet?

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    Maybe you need to let us know what you are wanting to do exactly? Do you have multiple computers that you want port 80 on each computer to serve up information (all diff)? Or do you want multiple computers to all serve up the same website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neas15us View Post
    ok then can you tell me how to set up a second subnet?

    you need multiple external IPs (not subnets)
    you need to get these from your ISP and then assign them as aliases under the external interface. After that you can create port forwarding rules for them.
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    i know that i wanted to have 2 subnets anyways

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    I host multiple websites on a single IIS server. What I do is forward port 80 to the server and then use host-header routing to display the correct website.

    technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc759616(WS.10).aspx

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    That's called virtual servers and it's pretty normal for any web server to be honest.

    If you really need port 80 to be broken up to multiple internal servers, what you have to configure is a reverse proxy. You sent the port 80 traffic to the proxy and it uses the host header to get the appropriate web content off another server.
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    how would i go about doing that sky

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    To be fair...

    What you're asking is beyond the scope of Untangle and squarely in the middle of network and server farm engineering. This is what I do for a living and that sort of data I don't just hand out. My previous post has all the information you need to start looking for product to fill that need. If you want to do it yourself, you've got some reading to do.
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