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redirect ip to host

Sat May 15, 2021 12:05 am

hello, greetings to the whole community.

I have a doubt

In my network I have an access point, with ip 10.100.100.2 to access the web interface, it has to be through port 82 (tcp), 10.100.100.2:82 is what I put in any browser and it arrives perfectly
now my question is how to access it through hots instead of ip.

that is, I want to enter example.com in the browser and open the content of the access point 10.100.100.2:82

and in turn it is necessary that if 10.100.100.2 or 10.100.100.2:82 is entered in the browser, it automatically goes to the hots example.com and shows its content.
is it possible to implement this.?

We want to thank everybody beforehand
 
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Re: redirect ip to host

Sat May 15, 2021 4:23 pm

...the first part is quite easy...the second is not.

1. create a static DNS entry for the IP and give it a name as desired.

2. port mapping will not work, when browser (client PC) and AP are in the same subnet.
For port-mapping you need to create a DST-NAT rule in your firewall, which will never be triggered when client &server are in the same subnet.

Easiest way to achieve a simple access from the browser to web-hosts with non-standard ports, is to create a bookmark.
Then use a bookmark manager, that is able to share bookmarks across browser instances, like Chrome when signed into your google account.
 
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Re: redirect ip to host

Sat May 15, 2021 7:38 pm

...the first part is quite easy...the second is not.

1. create a static DNS entry for the IP and give it a name as desired.

2. port mapping will not work, when browser (client PC) and AP are in the same subnet.
For port-mapping you need to create a DST-NAT rule in your firewall, which will never be triggered when client &server are in the same subnet.

Easiest way to achieve a simple access from the browser to web-hosts with non-standard ports, is to create a bookmark.
Then use a bookmark manager, that is able to share bookmarks across browser instances, like Chrome when signed into your google account.
the access point is on a different subnet.
I have a static DNS to example.com -> 10.100.100.2
Now how would the next step be done?
 
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Re: redirect ip to host

Sat May 15, 2021 8:24 pm

..as I wrote.
Create a DST-Nat rule in your firewall for 10.100.100.2 (dst-address) and to-address=10.100.100.2, to-port=82.
...that should do the trick
 
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Re: redirect ip to host

Sat May 15, 2021 9:54 pm

..as I wrote.
Create a DST-Nat rule in your firewall for 10.100.100.2 (dst-address) and to-address=10.100.100.2, to-port=82.
...that should do the trick
correct I have this implemented.
add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-port=80 protocol=tcp dst-address=10.100.100.2 to-ports=82

But how would it be for the ip to be redirected to the host?

at this moment if I enter 10.100.100.2 in effect it sees the content without having to write the port
in the same way if I enter the host example.com I see the content without having to use the port

now I only need that when entering the ip in any browser this ip will translate the host
for example if you write the ip http://172.217.3.78/, it will automatically redirect you to www.google.com
That is the same result you are looking for, and thank you very much for the collaboration that you have given me

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