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SSL Certificates for multiple Sites?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys. I've got a website for my business and I've got another site for my Exchange server. I would like both to be on the internet so I can access both of them. The problem is, I cannot port forward both them on the port 443. I'm using LetsEnrypt's SSL. How can I port forward 2 SSL Sites with 2 different certificates? 

 

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Do you host it yourself? If so does your ISP give you multiple IP's? Mine gives me 10 so i have 3 webservers all with public IP addresses. If not,just make it a different port and have a directory of your main server redirect. For example, example.com/exchange redirects to example.com:8080


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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 minutes ago, newcbomb said:

Do you host it yourself? If so does your ISP give you multiple IP's? Mine gives me 10 so i have 3 webservers all with public IP addresses. If not,just make it a different port and have a directory of your main server redirect. For example, example.com/exchange redirects to example.com:8080

Hosting at home (I know it's bad). 1 IP Address.. how can I make a different SSL port? Isn't there only one? 


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With most port forwarding you can just cheat, you don't have to actually change the port the server is running on. You can set the port to be forwarded to be say 8080 and have it forward to 443 on the machine.

 

In my router you set the "remote port" to say 8080 and the "local port" to 443

 

This does mean that anyone who wants to connect the the server will need to know the forwarded port and append it to the web address, so its probably best to do this with the exchange server or you can as previously mentioned set up a redirect on your web server which will append the port for them

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