I'm not sure if this is possible and im getting confused between WAF's, NAT's and path specific routing...
What i'd like to achieve:
https://site1.mydomain.com is forwarded to https://internalserver:1234
https://site2.mydomain.com is forwarded to https://internalserver:1235
https://site2.mydomain.com is forwarded to https://internalserver:1236
Firstly is this possible or am i looking for a lost cause?
Secondly, if it is possible, could you point me in the direction of an article or a video showing details on how to configure this.
This can be accomplished by using WAF:https://docs.sophos.com/nsg/sophos-firewall/18.0/Help/en-us/webhelp/onlinehelp/nsg/sfos/concepts/FirewallWAFRules.html?hl=waf
(at least that's how i am using it)
Hi Pete, Welcome to the Sophos community.You can achieve this by creating 3 WAF rules and adding 3 WebServer for the same IP but different ports.Follow this article: support.sophos.com/.../KB-000036712
Thanks for the help.
I've got my WAF set up and it works well for two sub domains, however i can only get OWA to respond / work when i set a NAT forwarding port 443 to my server. This then means my two waf's no longer fire. I'm assuming this isn't by design?
Here is my config... can anyone spot an obvious mistake?