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Routing to multiple SSL sites

Last Modified: 2012-09-05
Hi, we're trying to find a way to clean up the way we are doing business. Currently we have several different sites and applications that require an SSL. We use a seperate router (and public address) to redirect 443 traffic to the appropriate internal server or machine that has the SSL. We would like to get down to one router, server or appliance and still have all of the traffic directed to the appropriate server that has the site or application SSL assigned. Can this be done with a router or sonicwall-type appliance, proxy server, IIS host headers, server on the DMZ side, or is their an application that can be used? I would prefer a way to keep the machine on the inside and have the router direct traffic to it. Thanks in advance for your ideas.

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