On Tue, 1 Jun 2004, Suraj wrote:
- R Deepak wrote on Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 06:52:56PM +0530:
- | Use http redirect to ask the client to connect to a different port on
- | the same machine and forward that?
- With HTTP Redirect, the client should be able to access the machine to
- which redirection is done. In this case, the redirection is done to a
- 10.x (internal IP) machine which is NOT in the Internet.
- With port forwarding, the firewall will be able to seamlessly send
- data from the external network to the internal network and vice versa.
I think the problem is that what internal host the client needs to connect
to will be decided based on the link the user clicks in his/her browser.
You cannot do it at the firewall in this case I think. Especially if you
have multiple internal 10.x.x.x hosts that are being used.