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Change from TMG to UTM-9 Unable to access Spiceworks Portal

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We have previously used an MS TMG, for several reasons we have switched to using a Sophos UTM-9 firewall.

Behind the firewall we have a web server, which hosts a number of regular websites, plus a Spiceworks installation.  Whereas the websites are all on port 80, the Spiceworks is configured to use port 9675.

When using TMG we had a rule in the TMG that converted a request of http://helpdesk.xxx.com to http://server:9675.   This worked very well.

I have tried to setup the same arrangement on the UTM, but despite trying many things with Real Servers and Virtual Servers and Firewall rules, I am unable to make it work.

Have anyone else managed to map a URL to a URL:Port using UTM with any success?

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yes... works  redirect from site:8080 to site:80 with WebAplicationFirewall ...
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