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Re: Kerio connect behind reverse proxy? [message #147704 is a reply to message #147601] Fri, 06 March 2020 13:58 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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If you have few http/https servers in your LAN, all use the same public IP address, you can use Kerio control as reverse proxy server - very easy.

set your domain dns entries, like mail.mycompany.com, bb.mycompany.com, backup.mycompany.com etc. to point to your public IP address.

if you use Kerio Control as your router, then set reverse proxy rules to forward the 80/443 trafic according to the host (for example, mail.mycompany.com > 192.168.1.4, bb.mycompany.com > 192.168.1.9....)

if you don't want to use Kerio Control as a router, config your router to forward all 80,433 trafic to kerio control, and the control will do the rest. in that case, you must disable DHCP in kerio control and other services.

I use this configuration in my office.

-Roei
 
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