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Jan 23, 2012

I am working with MS Windows 2008 R2 and a Belkin F5D8635-4v1 router.

I have already set up a dynamic IP address which points to my router at home. In my home network I have multiple PC's that I would like to access from the internet. I would like to achieve this without needing to change my port forwarding rules on my router each time...

My thoughts are that I use a single dynamic IP address pointed to my router. My router then forwards to a server with some sort of software that can then forward to the correct PC based on the host name.

So I have 3 domains set up all pointing to the router's IP address:

dest1.domain.com -> 41.xxx.xxx.45
dest2.domain.com -> 41.xxx.xxx.45
dest3.domain.com -> 41.xxx.xxx.45

The router is not smart enough to redirect by host name, so it will just forward everything to The server based at must then have software to now redetermine the target based on the host name. The rules would be set up as follows:

dest1.domain.com ->
dest2.domain.com ->
dest3.domain.com ->

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