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9/7/2018 2:08 PM
 

Hi All

Fore security reasons we are required to use a non-standard https port between our firewall and our web server hosting our DNN site.

So say we have site https://mysite that hits our firwall over the standard https port. Our firewall then has to forward the traffic on a non-standard ssl port https://mysite:8891 to the web server where the site is hosted.

How can we configure our DNN and IIS setup to allow this?

Can DNN accomodate this?

Thanks

John

 
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9/7/2018 3:26 PM
 

Been digging but haven't tried this yet.

If the default alias is "mysite", can i then just add another portal alias "mysite:8891" and set the "Site Alias Mapping Mode" to "Redirect" which will then server up https://mysite ?

 
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