We're currently running a pair of web servers behind a CSS, on the web servers we're running multiple environments which we're differentiating between through port No's.
One thing we'd like to be able to accomplish is to decrypt incoming traffic on port 443 and redirect this to another port No, eg 9443. Is this something I'm able to achieve on the CSS?
I'm thinking I'd have a content rule to terminate the 443 connection which would include a redirect statement, then a rule to allow the connection in on 9443. In the scenario, security isn't really the main issue (it will be internal connectivity) it's more to allow us to test the functionality and allow us to segregate the traffic.
Would this also be the same for http re-direction. For example, I'd like to initiate a connection to a URL, but the servers behind the content rule would only accept connections on port 9080 (different environments). Would the following config function:
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