How to configure Mikrotik (sites in LAN)?

There are several sites on the local area network Mikrotik outside ports on this machine prosrochena, everything is OK, but from the local network on these domains to open the web interface Mikrotik that it prescribe that get! the same sites opened?
April 7th 20 at 15:35
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April 7th 20 at 15:37
There are 2 options - the good and the bad.
Good - split DNS in a local network need to lift dns, which already add A record with the local addresses.
Bad to use hairpin nat.
Instructions for configuring DNS servers or hairpin nat on Mikrotik will not lead, easily gugliada.

PS. disable the web microtime face, she did not really need, or move to a nonstandard port.
Bad to use hairpin nat.

what's wrong with hairpin nat? - haylee.Hetting commented on April 7th 20 at 15:40
@margarett.Connelly44,
Um, why drive extra traffic through the router, when you can not do that?
Even in a situation where router one and all stuck in it. One thing traffic crashes outside the switch, and another thing it starts to thrash feeble CPU. - ike.Bruen commented on April 7th 20 at 15:43
April 7th 20 at 15:39
Try prepisati static DNS records on MikroTik'E.
April 7th 20 at 15:41
This is called Hairpin NAT. In fact, add a masquerading rule to another.
April 7th 20 at 15:43
but from the local network on these domains to open the web interface Mikrotik


This is a KAG in General?
You have within the network domain should not lead to Mikrotik, and not on his external IPS and local IPS to the web server.
If this well does not have to open any web muzzle Mikrotik.

You are either in the hosts IPS Mikrotik tied to domains or what?

And that the sites were accessible from outside, then microtime need to traverse only 80 and 443 (if SSL) to the local address of the web server.

At the same time on the required domain users outside will be taken only if prescribed in the hosts matching domain to your external ip.

Well, or hang each domain in the web server on different ports and do port forwarding for each site separately, then the sites are accessible from the outside without a domain name, on ip with a clear indication of the port.

Going from local area will also have to specify the ports.
April 7th 20 at 15:45
Since you have multiple sites, you need a local DNS server or on Mikrotik to register the DNS entries: the domain of the site - local IP address.

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