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[DENIED] Make PRTG webserver able to co-exist with IIS / Apache



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User Story

As a PRTG User, I want to be able to use the PRTG webserver, on default port 80 / 443, on a server with IIS / Apache installed. This way, we can use one windows server for several small applications.

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At the moment, the webserver of PRTG uses two IP ports. All requests to this IP port are then forwarded to the PRTG webserver. Using the modern Windows Communication Foundation, this changes, and the PRTG webserver would request the windows HTTP stack, to forward (only) requests for the DNS name you specify. So you can make sevaral aliasses for one server / one IP address: prtg.mydomain.com : will be forwarded to PRTG iis.mydomain.com : will be forwarded to a site on IIS



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You can already configure IIS to act as an reverse proxy for PRTG.

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Created on Jan 14, 2020 10:22:03 AM

Last change on Jan 14, 2020 10:46:54 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]


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