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Hi all!

I have a doubt with a router and I expect someone can help me, because I am quite stuck

I have a web server in a local address and I have the 80 port redirected to that address. The problem is that I have set another web server in but I am unable to indicate that all requests for the webpage "www.example.com" should go to the 80 port of

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If would greatly appreciate if anybody could help me

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