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Webserver and Outlook anywhere running on same SSL port

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Hi Guys

I have a client that is putting in an SBS 2011 server and an Server 2008 R2 machine.
The 2008 R2 machine will be running the clients website and also web based software and be using port 80 and 443 for these requests.

The problem i have is that they also have remote users who will need access to Exchange via outlook anywhere which again uses port 443.

The client only has 1 public IP address and through research i have found you cannot change the port that Outlook Anywhere uses.

i will have owa and outlook anywhere using URL's remote.domain.com and website will be root domain and www..

Can i set IIS on the webserver to forward any SSL requests on remote.domain.com to my SBS server?

Thanks in advance
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No.  If you had a firewall that was acting as a reverse proxy it could look at requests and see which name the request was for, and depending on that information send the request on to different servers internally.  Otherwise, you need an additional public IP.
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Thanks footech

I thought as much i will just have to convince the client to purchase some new hardware as i have already applied for additional public IP addresses

Thanks
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