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multiple public FQDN to single internal host - 20.Jul.2010 2:36:52 PM   
mjgraves@tisecurity.

 

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I think this can be done, but wanted to confirm it.

I have a host on the internal say host.domain.com at 10.1.0.140.  It has sites at /siteA and /siteb.

I would like to have siteA.domain.com  on the outside connect to host.domain.com/siteA on the inside and siteB.domain.com connect to host.domain.com/siteB on the inside.

Each of the above public hosts would have unique public IPs.

Any information on doing this is appreciated.

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RE: multiple public FQDN to single internal host - 20.Jul.2010 5:56:57 PM   
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Yep, create two publishing rules each with a discrete public name. You can then create a path statement on each rule that maps / to /PathA and / to /PathB respectively.

Depending on the applications path manipulation *may* cause issues; you will have to test...

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JJ

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RE: multiple public FQDN to single internal host - 21.Jul.2010 6:29:40 PM   
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Hi Jason,
Thanks for the confirmation. I was able to implement it and it works great.  The TMG is actually hitting a content switch and behind  that are about 20 web server nodes.  So far so good.

Using Fidler HTTP tool on my test client in conjuction with specific logging on TMG I could verify which URLs are bring called and how they were being allowed or denied.

Thanks!

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RE: multiple public FQDN to single internal host - 21.Jul.2010 6:45:19 PM   
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Cool

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