I have setup Local Director so that it load balances a web connection to a number of MS IIS servers. The inbound port is obviously on port 80 but then local director is set to send the traffic to a different port that the web sites are run under. eg inbound connection port 80 bound to internal web server on port 50000. This works fine until you create a virtual directory on the website. When you enter the URL for example http://www.jobserve.com/login, Local Director adds the destination port number to the URL so it appears as http://www.jobserve.com:50000/login which our firewall will not let through. Has anyone any ideas how to stop Local Director adding the destination port number to the URL. We are running the latest ios (4).
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