Hello everyone, I have a question about how to carry out an implementation and I wanted to consult with you, to see if I find any way that I do not know.
I will explain the situation and the setting.
Imagine that after my Zywall I have 2 NAS (not to complicate much). They both use port 21, and let's say it should stay that way.
from the outside, I will have two access URL's, example:
NAS1.COM -> NAS1, PORT 21 ip 10.0.0.10
NAS2.COM -> NAS2, PORT 21 ip 10.0.0.20
My idea is to perform load balancing using my 2 WAN's.
A critical option without the possibility of load balancing is to assign each NAS to a WAN interface so that the URL will always point to the same site, but it is not what I want.
How would you do to "route" the URL that comes from NAS1.COM so that it goes to NAS1 with ip 10.0.0.10 regardless of which WAN is entering the request.
Sorry if I have not explained myself clearly enough.
Summary: I receive a URL through one of the two available wans, and I have to route to the nas .10 or .20 depending on the URL where it comes from.
It would be something similar to reverse proxies and virtual hosts, I think I understand.
A greeting and thanks in advance.
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