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Sonicwall TZ170 need to forward port 443 to 2 different servers

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I have a SBS2008 domain and I had a backup server that was in a different location. I have brought my backup server to my location and I only have 1 static IP. I need to forward port 443 to both my sbs server and my backup server (ahsay). I had a linksys router but know I can't get this done with that. I have a sonicwall tz170 that I want to put in place.
I think I can get this done with this router but don't know how. How can I get both servers to accept port 443?
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You will need a second external IP address to forward requests on the same port to a second internal destination regardless of the firewall/router you use.  An alternative is to use a different external prot and map that port to 443 of the second internal address.
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How to do I handle 2 static IPs? I use one for my router and the other one I don't want to asign to my other server.
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You simply add a second address to the WAN interface of the Sonicwall.
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