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When I do this I can access my two different websites, through SSL, on
the LAN side of my router. However, I can access an SSL connection for only website1.com through "192.168.1.5" on the WAN side. The reason I can only access 192.168.1.5 is because My linksys router will only port forward to one IP for https
and http connections.
Therefore, I am having trouble with translating a URL on the WAN side to the virtual eth0:1 on the LAN side. Does anyone have suggestions on how to get around this?
Is there anyway in Apache to forward request from eth0 to eth0:1?