I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this question, but here
I have a web server at home (Apache2, Ubuntu) that is running two
Rails apps. Each app is forwarded to a Mongrel cluster (app1 uses
ports 8000 to 8003 and app2 uses ports 9000 to 9003). I have a domain
pointing to app1 and a sub-domain pointing to app2 and everything
works perfectly from OUTSIDE my local network.
My problem is that my router (I'm on AT&T's U-Verse) will not allow me
to make calls to my web server using the public IP address or either
one of the domain names (not exactly sure why, but apparently this is
a known issue). What I need to be able to do is run either one of
these sites from inside my network. If I go to http://192.168.1.69
(the internal IP of my web server) I get the app1 (default) site which
is just fine. How do I get to app2 though?
I know this is more of an Apache-specific question, but I thought that
since I was dealing with a Rails/Mongrel setup, this might be a good
place to start. Any ideas?