Is there a way on the CSS 11000 series 11154 when a request for a url comes in default to port 80 to edit the http host header on the backend to change to a different port number then when returning to the client change it back to port 80.
example default url is www.website.com from client hits css the css passes the url with default host header with port 80 to webserver. I need the default url www.website.com host css with default port 80 on host header, CSS changes host header to a different port (ie 10400), the content is returned to css on changed port (ie 10400), css changes port to 80 on host header send back to client.
Re: css 11154 http header manipulation, port numbers
This should work for you as long as you specify the port in your service you configured for your web server. To follow your example, the command would simply be 'port 10400'. You can also specify 'port 80' in your content rule, but that shouldn't be a necessity.
Here's a quick link to the service config doc (for v5.0 of the software)
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