I did everything you mentioned but without any result.
So my firewall rules are been changed and the webGUI to 9443.Network
LAN; IP: 192.168.120.254 /24
WAN; IP: 192.168.2.254 /24, GW: 192.168.2.253 (DMZ)Reverse Proxy
If I understand it correctly you enable listening on port 80 and/or 443 via tab 'General'. So with the firewall rule all requests are allowed and transfered to the WAN address (192.168.2.254 in my case) and Squid3 (reverse) will apply to those. Furthermore in the tab 'Web Servers' I configure all my internal web servers and related. As I make up out of your example my internal web server is listening to port 8443, correct? In my case my servers are listening to all default ports, so 80 and 443. Should I change here the port from 8443 to 443? Then in the tab 'Mappings' I can combine web servers in groups and select all needed. Right? Than one thing I do not understand is the URIs. What does this do and how to configure. You gave an example of *;<emtpy>, but what can I do with it?
Could you give me an working example of let's say four servers; two listening on port 443 and two on port 80. The first two (listening on port 443) are Exchange servers (owa, autodiscover, outlook anywhere, mail tips, etc.) and the other two (listening on port 80) just hosting plaintext website. The first one 'www.domain.com
' and the second one 'extranet.example.com'. No screenshots are needed, in text is fine too. You ofcource may decide, but I thougt screenshots will cost you a lot of your precious time. Thanks for all the time and effort already.LAN-network
From my pfSense I can't resolve internal DNS names. Where to configure internal DNS servers per network/adapter? I will have several more adapters in place with all another subnet and servers.