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Issues with SSL VPN Cisco ASA 5505

Sir Asvald

Hello everyone. I'm having trouble getting my SSL VPN working. I'm using port 8443 as I'm port forwarding 443 for my email/webserver. The problem is that If turn off port forwarding for SSL I can connect to my VPN, if It turn off my VPN I can access my Webserver. How can I port forward both 443 and 8443 and the same time?





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  • 2 weeks later...

because you are forwarding port 443 to the mail server, when you try to connect the ssl vpn, it sends the packets to the mail server.

try changing the ssl vpn port to 8443

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