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I am trying to configure remote access for a Citrix Access Essentials installed on my network for internet access. I can get to the published application on the Citrix server within my network. I have not been able to get to the Citrix server from the outside. I have two Windows 2003 servers on the network. The one server has exchange server installed, the second server has Citrix Access Essentials installed. The server that has exchange on it needs to have port 443 traffic directed to it. I also have to redirect traffic for port 443 for the Citrix server. The network is behind a hardware firewall. How do I direct traffic from port 443 to both servers. I have a Snapgear router/switch as my firewall.
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Well.....You can't route port 443 to both servers.  SSL doesn't re-direct using host headers...so that is out.

The only thing I can think of ....would be to get another external IP address, or find out if theres one your not using to route port 443 on.....or setup clients to connect using a different port, and port forward to the citrix server.

I think another ip address would make you life easier though.

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I agree with xuserx2000, this is not easy to do.  The easiest, the best and the most sane thing to do is get a 2nd public IP.


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Thanks for your help guys.
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