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Date:      Wed, 27 Sep 2006 10:53:26 -0700
From:      Chris <snagit@cbpratt.prohosting.com>
To:        FreeBSD Questions <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: rewrite of multiple incoming IPs into a single IP
Message-ID:  <E1427605-616F-4F54-8456-A78BB4494844@cbpratt.prohosting.com>
In-Reply-To: <20060927172833.GA23474@dfwdamian.vail>
References:  <BFB90477-84A5-449D-9AA7-66CF46FE09B4@cbpratt.prohosting.com> <20060927172833.GA23474@dfwdamian.vail>

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On Sep 27, 2006, at 10:28 AM, Damian Wiest wrote:

> On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 06:49:50PM -0700, Chris wrote:
>> I have spent the day trying to get multiple IP addresses rewritten to
>> a single address using IPFW and NATD. Is there a simple way to do
>
> If I understand your problem correctly, you're trying to host multiple
> websites, each with its own IP address, on one server.  Why not use IP
> aliasing (see ifconfig(8)) with multiple instances of Apache?  For  
> example,
> in rc.conf add some lines like:

The difficulty comes in using a jail without applying non-supported  
hacks to allow for multiple IP addresses. I think I blew it by not  
putting that in this post. The intent to create a single jail  
supporting multiple legacy sites with their own IPs, was to avoid  
duplicating the memory footprint of httpd and other services by  
running a jail for each IP. One can go to a single IP for all the  
sites, but that may incur resistance that has nothing to do with the  
technical aspects. It appears the natd solution I posted is working  
in test anyway.

Thank you and sorry I didn't clarify completely on the original post.
Chris





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