Access Expressway GUI when JG is enabled

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Feb 2nd, 2015
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I'm looking for a way to access the Expressway GUI when Jabber Guest is enabled.  Since the firewall should be forwarding both 80 to 9980 and 443 to 9443, am I correct in thinking that I could create a similar forwarding scheme to forward say 8443 to 443 in order to access the Expressway GUI?

Thanks,  Mike

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Paul Stojanovski Wed, 02/04/2015 - 18:42
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Mike,

 

I don't see why that would not work. Have you tested it?

 

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Mike Assel Tue, 03/17/2015 - 10:31
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Yes, finally got another demo system up and running and this does work.  The only issue is with HTTP to HTTPS redirect.  I'm assuming there is no way to specify the HTTPS redirect port in Expressway, so you can either turn off HTTPS redirection or just make sure you put https in the link and make sure to put the port you are translating to 443 at the end of the link, with a colon of course.

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