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Running multiple servers behind one public IP

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by mattuu_nz, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. mattuu_nz

    mattuu_nz Guest

    Hi There

    I have several high performance sites which are chewing CPU dramatically. The problem being is these sites are all owned by a single company. I am wanting to setup 3 machines for the one company running 9 domains (3 per server). Problem being is I cannot work out how to do this.

    One suggestion has been to run a DNS server at the front-end after the router and then link that via a switch to the 3 machines, the question I have is, is this the best option or is there something simpler ?? IF I used this method, what do I need to do to make sure each domain points to the internal servers, I have a feeling it will involve renumbering each of the domains from the DNS machine to point to the internal IP address of the server the DNS record came from ... in which case ... I have a headache.

    All servers running same ports, all off one static IP address (only one internet connection).

    I have tried NAT and basic Proxy, but these only allow access to one of the boxes not all 3.