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I have Exchange OWA and ESXi server on my network.
I use OWA for external user and use port https 443(router opened).
I would like to use vSyphere external too but i need port 443 for vsyphere too.

I opened TCP 443 to OWA portforward IP: x.x.x.1
I opened TCP 443 to vSyphere portforward IP:x.x.x.2 ,then i cant connect OWA any more.

How can i do bouth are use port 443?
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You need a secound external ip, or you foeward for example external port 446 to internal port 443 to second server.

TCP 443 to OWA portforward IP: x.x.x.1:443
TCP 446 to vSyphere portforward IP:x.x.x.2:443
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