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Multiple services on port 443, how to redirect internally?

Posted on 2013-06-03
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Have a situation where I only have 1 static IP and have 2 servers that need to host port 443, one is exchange for owa.  Is there a way to setup host redirection on the exchange box so it keeps what it needs and fwds the requests to another server?  They have different A records, one is mail and the new one is secure.
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This would probably have to be a conditional rewrite in the underlying web server, to redirect these requests to another port on the other server. And then a port forward of that other port to the local IP of the second server.

This is just the basic principle. I don't know how to do this specificly in windows servers. But hopefully it gives you or others the right keywords to find the solution.

P.S. http://stackoverflow.com/a/1104204
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Hello,

there is no way to do virtual web hosting by name with SSL, so 1 IP = 1 url...
Why don't you use directories, for example:

https://www.xxx.com/owa et https://www.xxx.com/secure

Regards
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