I have several 4mb flash routers mostly with mini builds, some with 16mb memory and some with 32mb
but have about 10-12 web servers (cams mostly) that I need to access, all via port 80 (my office blocks all but a few: only 80, 443, 21) even 23 is blocked :(
I've been tunneling till now, but would prefer redirection to appropriate web server via subdomain mapping.
Here is my current setup:
Netgear (WNR854T) router on stock firmware and ip 192.168.1.1 redirects port 443, 80 to WRT300N v1 running DD-WRT v24-sp2 mini (SVN: 13525) running as AP (192.168.1.3)
I wish to install pound on the WRT300N without other optware. I have jffs2 enabled and it shows:
Total / Free Size as 704.00 KB / 380.00 KB
Just upgraded to the mega build so I could take advantage of pound as a reverse-proxy. I'm running multiple web servers on the same platform using different ports (e.g., webmail on 81, web access to ftp on 82, web access to home automation controller on 83 etc.).
I've read this thread and whatever I can find on pound. I am a relative noob, however, in certain areas (linux, filesystems etc.) despite 15 years as a network engineer (but not programming).
Since mega already includes pound, I know that I don't have to install optware to use pound.
I've tried to follow frater's instructions to grab his config scripts starting with:
Do you have USB-storage?
If so, put an ext2 formated disk in your usb and install optware using "prep_optware".
It should give you a good start running pound.... _________________ Asus RT16N + OTRW
Kingston 4GB USB-disk 128 MB swap + 1.4GB ext3 on /opt + 2 GB ext3 on /mnt
Copperjet 1616 modem in ZipB-config
Asterisk, pixelserv & Pound running on router
Another Asus RT16N as WDS-bridge
there is a way without optware, via custom script.
I've wrote a custom script which is launched during the startup, that creates a pound.cfg file.
After that, I start pound with this new file as config file.
I've done all with the gui: startup command, firewall and custom script.
I've also created a second file with the ssl cert used by pound to convert http->https.
Posted: Tue Mar 09, 2010 21:31 Post subject: 2 servers - 1 ip address
Will this work for me and do I need to upgrade the firmware to do so?
I have 2 seperate domains that both point to my DSL static IP address. I have each domain running on a seperate server withing the LAN. Currently I can only access the 1 webserver because port 80 is forwarded to that IP. Will this software fix help me to access both servers, via port 80 when hitting their domain name from the internet?
i have a linksys WRT150N v1.1
Total Available 80% 13132 kB / 16384 kB
Free 20% 2588 kB / 13132 kB