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gskibum

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Is it possible to configure a Kerio Control to permit hosting of multiple web servers behind a single static IP? These servers all have unique fully qualified domain names. But they use the same port.

I've been trying to finagle DNS and trafic rules to make it work, but it only happens that browsers wind up hitting a single server, no matter the dns name that is browsed to.

Is the only way to overcome this situation to use a uniquie static IP for each server?

If this is something that can be done with a single static IP, what DNS entries & traffic rules need to be configured?

An example of what I'm going to host inside this network:

https://server.pretendco.com:8443
https://server.pretendofice.net:8443
https://server.pretendstore.org:8443

Thank you.
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Dukeman

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You can use the new Reverse proxy feature for this since version 8.3.

Create rules within the reverse proxy settings for each webserver and their location/server ip, and create a traffic rule to port 8443 (no destination nat/translation).

Control will then walk through the reverse proxy rules to determine which host is requested and which server runs this website.

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Barry
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gskibum

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Thank you for the info. You led me to this link about reverse proxies:

http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/proxy-server/confi guring-a-reverse-proxy-1568.html#sect-sslalternativenames

I think I have my Reverse Proxy rules set correctly:

http://i709.photobucket.com/albums/ww97/gskibum/Reverse-Proxy-Rules.gif

But things are not working. I suspect I don't have the Traffic Rule set correctly:

http://i709.photobucket.com/albums/ww97/gskibum/TrafficRule.png

Can you determine where the error is?

BTW CardDAVS is port 8443.

Thank you again.
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Dukeman

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I guess the reverse proxy only works for port 80 and 443 and not the 8443 port you are using. There's no way to set an alternative port in the reverse proxy settings...
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Crash

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The simplie way is to set redirect in your web server because it understand which page is asked by browser.
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