Firstly i do not know much about configuring Cisco's so please bear with me.
We have set up 5 servers running Microsoft Server 2008 R2 running Remote Desktop Services (The new Terminal Services) and as they are all accessible from the same WAN IP we have set up the Cisco 2811 to use different ports for the relative servers so for example normaly to connect to RDWEB you would use https://rdp.externaldomain.com/rdweb
and this goes through on port 443 to the RDWEB landing page and you can then log in, see the program icons such as Word, Calculator etc and then double click the icon and it'll run the program. This all works fine internally but as we have different servers on the same WAN IP we have had to split them up using different ports so we access them like https://server1.externaldomain.com:9000/rdweb
. This allows us to connect to the landing page of RDWEB on each server and log in but when we try to launch an icon (such as Word) it comes up with a certificate error. We have had Microsoft on and they say it is because port 443 is hard coded into the RDWEB and so looks like a port translation issue. Can anyone please DETAIL what we need to set up on the Cisco router to allow (i presume) for ALL traffic going into the url on port :9000 to end up at the internal IP of the server on port 443
Hope this makes sense but if not then please let me know.