User Portal: Configure listening on more than one interface
Current access to the user portal can be configured either to specific interface and port or to all interfaces for a given port. I have a number of external public ip addresses, several of which already use port 443 for https. I could like to configure the user portal so users can connect to it (on port 443) using the internal interface and using one of the external interfaces (also on port 443) for when they are out of the office. Currrently there does not seem to be a way to do this, since I cannot use the "Any" interface option, since some of them already use this port.
Same issue here. WAF is useless for us as long we can't set multiple listen addresses for UP. Will try the workaround Bob suggested.
Same issue, I cannot publish virtual webservers and SSL VPN both on port 443: The TCP port '443' is already in use by the port attribute of the virtual webserver.
Bob Alfson commented
Workaround: Put the User Portal on a different port, and then create a NAT rule for "External (Address)" and "Internal (Address)" (and any other "(Address)" objects) that DNATs 443 to the new port with the new Destination left empty.
Stephan Fietzek commented
Same problem here.
The listeing address should be a multi-value field just like there are many all over WebAdmin. As long as you add addresses where port 443 is free, everything should be ok.