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d.kagarlickij

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Hello!

Inside my company intranet i've got a few web servers:

https:/sharepoint/portal/ 192.168.1.15
https:/exchange/owa/ 192.168.1.6
http:/dynamics/crm/ 192.168.1.16
https:/rds/rdweb/ 192.168.1.4
https:/ca/certsrv/ 192.168.1.3
https:/dc/pswa/ 192.168.1.2

We use Kerio Control 8 as a UTM solution.

We have one public IPv4 address (like 173.252.110.112) and one domain name (like contoso.com).

Now I need to publish services directly to Internet, this way:

https:/portal.contoso.com/
https:/mail.contoso.com/
https:/crm.contoso.com/
https:/rd.contoso.com/
https:/ca.contoso.com/
https:/pswa.contoso.com/

Is it possible by using Kerio Control?
If yes, please, show rule example.

Thank's!

PS: I removed one slash fron http links because rules.

[Updated on: Mon, 02 September 2013 00:36]


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mlee (Kerio)

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AFAIK Kerio Control does not have this functionality.

To make it work I guess you can setup another host and either use reverse proxy/http redirect or URL rewrite.

HTH.

M.

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KursadOlmez

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Hello,

Right now Kerio Control doesn't have this feature yet. This function is used by ISA Server from the version 2004 with the name "Host Header" in the publishing rules.

It will be useful if Kerio can implement a feature like this.

Regards,
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silars

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This falls under the URL rewrite option that Martin mentioned, but you can also use different ports (other than 80/443) for the other services.

Not very pretty, but should work, depending on the application.

Once on different ports, Control can make internal forwarding decisions.
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