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Old 01-29-2014, 05:03 AM   #1
Darkcloud98
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Linux Redirect websites


Hello,

I am unsure where to place this question. Or what kind of name i should give it.

What is needed to create the following.
we have one server. CentOS 6.4
lets call it "serverA"

On serverA is running apache2 , tomcat & drupal.
all websites.

What i want to do, is create multiple DNS records to serverA
alpha.be beta.be, zeta.be (all linked to the ip adres of serverA)

Now i want to be able to direct each DNS to a specific site.
Alpha.be > serverA/alpha
Beta.be > server1:8080/beta


how is this done?
What i already have is a reverse proxy.
but as far as i have been able to check. It works after the DNS link
"/beta/ http://localhost:8080/beta/" resulting that
beta.be/beta/ wil redirect to the beta site.
but if i remove the "/beta" from the url. it redirects to the standard apache2 homepage again.

this i want to prevent. I want each DNS to direct to the specific sites.

how should this be done?
 
Old 01-29-2014, 05:06 AM   #2
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Why do you want to direct different sites to different ports? Surely normal Name Based Virtual hosting would suit your needs?
 
Old 01-29-2014, 05:17 AM   #3
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Why do you want to direct different sites to different ports? Surely normal Name Based Virtual hosting would suit your needs?
most ports are the same.
in the future there will be multiple websites host on tomcat.

thus. gamma.com > serverA:8080/gamma/
fie.com > serverA:8080/fie/
test.com > serverA:8080/test/

since this is possible with the Name based virtual hosting.
i think i found what i needed.
 
  


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