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Currently, I'm using iptables to redirect incoming requests for "website.com:27015" to "xx.xx.xx.xx:27015". Problem is, since iptables redirects via the port 27015, I can only redirect to one single location.

But since I want to expand the number of locations I can reroute to, I'm searching for a method to reroute via the URL+PORT now.

Example:

dm.website.com:27015 reroutes to yy.yy.yy.yy:27020
private.website.com:27015 reroutes to xx.xx.xx.xx:27015

(same url, different subdomains)
etc..

Any suggestions/solutions for this problem are greatly appreciated! ^^

Edit: Need to listen for UDP connections as well as TCP

  • Then why would you tag nginx? – muru Jan 7 '15 at 22:21
  • I was not aware that it was TCP only. – Otoris Jan 7 '15 at 22:25
  • I think clarifying the reason why you want to do this would help suggest an appropriate solution to your task. Is it for redundancy, high-availability, etc.? Perhaps a reverse proxy webserver would be better suited for the task? – Marcin Kaminski Dec 5 '15 at 0:59
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"If all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail..."

You need DNS redirection ;-)

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