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How to connect to VM web-server over existing web-server?


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#1 chuck4100

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 01:12 AM

Howdy Y'all,

 

I am a learning server noob and not really sure where to even start with figuring this out.
I am confident that this shouldn't be a difficult thing but....ya.

I run a personal server with windows 2012 R2, using wamp 2.5 for deployment ease, setup and fully accessible remotely.
I use freedns to my ip and my router forwards webserver ports to my servers LAN IP.

I setup Owncloud on an Ubuntu VM by Bitnami with VBox and setup with a bridged network settings and it has its own LAN IP and I have no idea how to make this VM webserver accessible without interfering with the existing physical webserver.

Thanks for any help and sorry if my wording is not clear.



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Posted 03 October 2015 - 11:44 AM

Well For starters you're using a dynamic ip provided by your ISP and using freedns which complicates things. Some ISP's block ports 53, 80 to run servers. It's ideal to lease static IP's to run servers from your ISP. Second problem you're trying to run two different web server platforms on that one dynamic IP. You can host a website with a dynamic IP, but you need to pick and choose which to use WIndows 2012 DNS and WEB roles, or Linux with apache. Either one of those then can be setup to do multiple shared web hosting by changing the binding of the main website from http to hostname and IP. Then you can have multiple domain or sub domains. A VM ubuntu server can be setup to do shared web hosting as well once apache is installed. This is such an in depth subject that I would suggest looking up tutorials and watching some youtube channels to get a grasp on how to do this. The information is out there if you know the keywords. Shared Web Hosting and multiple websites with one IP. Google is your friend. Goodluck!


Edited by technonymous, 03 October 2015 - 11:47 AM.


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Posted 03 October 2015 - 01:33 PM

Thank you!






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