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Need alias command to redirect to specific port

We have a CISCO pix 515e firewall. I have installed MDaemon on an internal machine with ip 192.168.0.39

The webmail feature of Mdaemon is on port 3000, hence 192.168.0.39:3000

Our public ip is 80.227.104.242

I have setup a url (http://mmgwebmail.mmg-me.com) to redirect to 80.227.104.242:3000

The problem is:

I configured the firewall for access:

Now whenever someone types in http://mmgwebmail.mme-mc.om it redirects then to an ip. I don't want the firewall to show the ip.

How can I do this.

Also, I cannot access the link from inside my office. I know I need an alias command, something like this used for our ftp site:

alias (inside) 192.168.0.49 80.227.104.242 255.255.255.255

Can I use the alias command to redirect to a port so that I can access the site from inside my office?

Thanks.

CD

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Re: Need alias command to redirect to specific port

hostnames have to resolve to ip addresses. real communication occurs between ip addresses.

the alias command will not help users redirect ports though. if it allows them to use mmgweb.... in their web browser, it will attempt to connect to port 80 of the inside ip address, not 3000.

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