I am running out of IP's in a DMZ I have... I have a CSS in there.... Can I run a webserver on a different port of one of my servers.... and use the css to translate inbound port 80 and/or 443 traffic to the correct port based on URL?
What would that be called I've been looking at things on port mapping and redirection but haven't found a thing yet...
You just need to define a different port number in service configuration
In the following example CSS is expecting the client traffic on Virtual ip y.y.y.y and on port 80. Content rule web_servers will loadbalance the connection between server1 (x.x.x.1) & Server2 (x.x.x.2) and "port 8080" under service config will translate the destination port to port 8080.
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