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Hosting Tomcat from a subnetted network

 
Timothy Sam
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Im dunno the term... But from my LAN, I had say 4 IP addresses... One of which shares the internet connection


1. 192.168.0.1 -- Has internet connection
2. 192.168.0.2
3. 192.168.0.3
4. 192.168.0.4


it would seem that I could only let internet users(from outside LAN) access the tomcat server from 192.168.0.1 and not the remaining three. How do I make the remaining three host their tomcat servers? Thanks!
 
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Let me see if I understand the situation:

Your network has one Internet address which is mapped to one local network address but you want to host 4 different sites. Right?

I don't know how to redirect to the other local machines, but you can host multiple sites with a single Tomcat instance. I have 6 on mine right now.

What hardware sits between the Internet and your machine #1? A router? firewall? Nothing at all?

Bill
 
Timothy Sam
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Hi, thanks for your reply!


Your network has one Internet address which is mapped to one local network address but you want to host 4 different sites. Right?


right


I don't know how to redirect to the other local machines, but you can host multiple sites with a single Tomcat instance. I have 6 on mine right now.

Yes, I'm aware of that. What I need is to host other local machines...


What hardware sits between the Internet and your machine #1? A router? firewall? Nothing at all?


Machine #1 is connected to a router. I hope you could help me some more... Thanks a lot!

Bill
 
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