Hi there, ok this may sound a little wonky, but try to bare with me. Here's the setup...
I have a Win 2k3 server, running Kerio WinRoute Firewall 6.2.1, with Kerio MailServer 6.3.1 for my e-mail/webmail, and Abyss Web Server 2.3 for my web hosting needs. All services run on this single Win 2k3 machine.
I run several virtual sites in the Abyss server on port 80, and everything there works fine. Let's assume one of those sites is named www.mysite.com. However, I need to enable the HTTP service in Kerio to allow the Webmail functionality to respond to queries on "webmail.mysite.com". Problem is, I can't run Kerio's service on the same port as Abyss, and Kerio's service must be able to respond to port 80 requests for webmail.mysite.com.
So this is what I did... I set the Kerio Mailserver HTTP service to run on port 81 instead, and tried to setup port mapping rules under "Traffic Policy" in Kerio WinRoute Firewall, to try and map all inbound queries for webmail.mysite.com to port 81 on the server, and all outbound to port 80 for that same URL.
With that config, Abyss still works fine, but I get DNS error's whenver I try to access webmail.mysite.com.
I hope I explained that correctly... I REALLY need some help with the port mapping in WinRoute, because I think I may have screwed up there, and I need to figure out how to correctly setup the traffic policy so it won't fail... HELP!!!
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