possible w/ fiaif(iptables)

Douglas J Hunley email hidden
Tue Feb 25 18:39:53 CET 2003


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is it possible to route an incoming packet to a different internal machine 
based on the 'name' of the destination? I'm thinking it's not, but I'm 
willing to be proved wrong. Example:
http traffic to somecompany.com would go to 10.0.1.10 while http traffic to 
othercompany.com would go to 10.0.1.11 (both received at a fiaif box with a 
routable address obviously)
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