How to direct incoming traffic to subdomain?

Discussion in 'Server Networking' started by David R, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. David R

    David R Guest

    I have 3 servers, each with direct connections to the internet (host names
    and IP's are just examples):

    - mydomain.dyndns.org (100.100.100.100)
    - SERVER1.mydomain.dyndns.org (100.100.100.101)
    - SERVER2.mydomain.dyndns.org (100.100.100.102)

    The primary server -- mydomain.dyndns.org server (running Windows Server
    2008) -- is configured as a DNS server. It is registered with the Internet
    DNS via dyndns.org. The subdomains are not registered on the internet (not
    possible via dyndns, but not sure if it's required).

    I want to host a Web sites on server1 and server2. I can see requests to
    server1.mydomain.dyndns.org coming in to the primary server, but not being
    routed to server1.

    There are Host (A) records for server1 and server2 configured in DNS on the
    primary server. I thought that was all I needed, but I cannot get incoming
    traffic routed to the appropriate server.

    Is it possible to have requests routed from the primary server to the
    subdomain server? If so, how would I configure this? We're just trying to
    get a test environment set up for some development testing, and I'm a bit of
    a noob when it comes to DNS, so any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    David
     
    David R, Dec 7, 2009
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