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    I have 3 servers in my house:
    1. Minecraft server, Windows 2003 Server, port 25565
    2. Web and database server for a forum http://shovenose.dyndns.org/ ,Ubuntu Server 11.10, port 80
    3. THE ONE I NEED HELP WITH, internal LAN IP 10.0.1.52

    It's also running Ubuntu Server 11.10, both linux servers (2&3) use EHCP hosting control panel...
    If I type in http://10.0.1.52/phpmyadmin/ then it takes me to PHPMYADMIN properly...
    But if I'm anywhere else and type in http://shovenose.dyndns.org/phpmyadmin it takes me to the login for #2 (local IP 10.0.1.48) because port 80 forwards to that.

    So I'm wondering, can I make it so that people can type in http://shovenose.dyndns.org/phpmyadmin and they end up at the login for SERVER #3 not SERVER #2?
    It looks like phpMyAdmin uses port 80 for its interface, while the actual MySQL uses port TCP3306 (I think?)
    I'm sure I can get a database connection to 3006 to route to server 3 but how would I get the web interface for phpmyadmin to go to server 3 while all other web stuff (also port 80) goes to server #2 because I have a website/forum that needs to show up there.

    Help please! Thanks!

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    You have a couple of things going on.

    1 you need to setup your PHP admin on a separate port ( not port 80 ). Not familiar with that os, but it can br done.

    2. You need to setup a port forwarding rule on your router to that port.

    3. On you dydns setup, you'll need to add the entry for your routers ip address with whatever port you setup on the server.

    That way, when people request that site name, dydns sends them to the router, and the router send them to the server.

    Most routers will only handle a single port forward for port 80.

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    I've already got port forwarding set up for many ports.
    For example, minecraft, 25565 goes to #1.
    web, 80, does to #2


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