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map inbound tcp port 44444 to port 443?

I have a problem with a customer who authenticates all of his outbound http and https traffic on a proxy. I need for our software to connect outbound from his network on tcp port 44444, and then map that tcp port to 443 on my network before is hits my servers. I have a PIX and a CSS 11051. I have not had any luck with either. Any suggestions?

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Re: map inbound tcp port 44444 to port 443?

when using a proxy, you open a tcp port to the proxy address and you pass in the info about the destination - port 443.

So, normally, the proxy should connect to your server on port 443.

If not, check what is going on with a sniffer trace.

If all you have to is nat, this can be done on the CSS.

Just specify a port of 44444 on the content rule and a port of 443 on the service.


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Re: map inbound tcp port 44444 to port 443?

thank you. that worked.

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