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Accessing Website using https behind Untangle setup in Router Mode

By greavette ·
Hello,

I have setup an Untangle server in Router Mode. We've bought a domain name that points to our Static IP. We've bought and applied an SSL Certificate to our Untangle Router and I can access our Administration Login page from outside our network. I've then changed the remote administration port on our Untangle Router and I can still access the site using HTTPS with no issues.

I have a webpage running on a Windows 7 VM (IIS) that sits in our DMZ. I've setup a port forward rule on our Untangle Router for port 80 and I can successfully access the webpage from outside our network using HTTP.

What I want to do is access this Webpage from our Windows 7 VM using HTTPS. I've created another port forward rule but this time for port 443. When I try to access this webpage from outside our network using https and our domain name I get an error that this webpage is not available.

To solve this problem, do I need to buy another SSL Certifiate and install it in IIS on our VM so that this webpage can accept connections on port 443?

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

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Invalid cert does not stop the page from loading, but maybe with IIS7?

by robo_dev In reply to Accessing Website using h ...

it just gives the untrusted cert error on the client browser.

Often NAT and SSL do not play well together and SSL on IIS7 can be tricky.

Can you reach your web page using the IP address?

Can you telnet from the webserver from the outside at port 443?

http://www.iis.net/learn/manage/configuring-security/how-to-set-up-ssl-on-iis

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