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Hosting Xen Cloud Platform - question re: port forwarding to VPSs

Hosting Xen Cloud Platform - question re: port forwarding to VPSs

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Pardon me if this is just common knowledge.

I have a Xen Cloud Platform server running behind a router. I'm an amateur, so it's in my basement and we have one IP address for the whole house.

How do I set up each VM with its own set of ports? Do I have to own enough IPs for each of them, or is there some magic I haven't heard of?

If I do have to own multiple IPs, how do I get each VM to respond only to one?

Any google search for "vps port forwarding" or "server virtualization" rarely brings up related pages and too often, the useful pages don't contain the information I'm looking for.

Thanks in advance.



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HP ProLiant DL380 G4
4gb DDR2
2x Xeon 3.2ghz
4x 73gb 15k SCSI (RAID 5)

Netgear WNR1000 router

ProLiant connected via Ethernet to router.

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