Hi there experts, I have a curly issue, that I'm hoping has a simple resolution.
I currently have an SBS 2003 setup with ISA as the firewall.
In this firewall, it has the ability to re-direct an incoming web request based on the subdirectory being accessed, for example, if the request enters on 443 (https) but is attempting to access the /APPLICATION subdirectory, it redirects the request to port 8000 on the internal interface
gets translated to http://internal.company.local:8000/APPLICATION
We have been forced to change from SBS 2003 with ISA to SBS2011 and now need to use a hardware firewall (a Netgear FVS338) and I wanted to try and replicate this behaviour. The particular webapp won't run on the new SBS 2011 setup, so it is going on an older server (and is working well internally)
So to summarise, what I want to do is..
"Remote.company.com" is a substitude for our external address
"oldappserver" is a substitute for our older internal server's name (a different box to the SBS)
I am hoping that there is an IIS redirect or similar solution to this but so far I've only seen that IIS can redirect whole site names only, not subdirectories in a site, as I don't think the firewall is sophisticated enough to perform this task like ISA could.