I have just set up the following to host websites and email for our clients -
Host - Server 2008R2 (ENT)
Virtual OS1 -(STD) Server2008R2 - D/C has the program mailenable std version installed on it for clients mail.
Virtual OS2 -(STD) WebServer2008R2 - Websites
The problem is our clients checking their webmail which also needs to come through on the same port as the webserver.(Which is on s different internal IP) I tried to make this port 8080 but I obviously have this wrong as it is not working all I get is the standard IIS7 page come up which is the default webpage on 192.168.17.10
I cant use SSL 443 as the standard of mailenable wont allow this on this version.
So I have traffic coming in on port 80 directed to internal ip 192.168.17.14
The D/C is 192.168.17.10 where mailenable is installed.
We are only using a Netgear DG834G until we decide on what hardware we require and work out the budget.
It doesnt appear that this modem can do port translation like a cisco... is this possible am I missing an easy solution here?
If you could let me know if possible to get around this would be great.
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