Thanks for the clarification Pablo! I am also confused on port mapping and how it comes into play. Understand that port mapping is enabled by default. Will this feature in turn affect what i am trying to achieve?
Port mapping is a choice and usually something that you configure to protect your server resources. For example if your HTTP server is listening on port 8080 but the virtual address is configured to do port translation from port 80 to port 8080 then an attacker would have less chances to launch an attack against the server as there's no way to know the backend server port other than trying/guessing.
At the same time if you have this HTTP website on port 8080 you don't want the user to type http://mywebsite.com:8080/index.html as this can be a tedious task so in this case you have your VIP on port 80 and the CSS will do the port translation from 80-to-8080 which is totally transparent to the client.
If you don't define the ports in your configuration port translatation won't be used as the request will be sent to the server in the same destination port the CSS received it.
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