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Hello, colleagues!

I have few home sites hosted in NAS which is in home network beside Keenetic router. External IP is static (fixed), NAS IP is fixed as well, so sites have static routes to my IP. Ports 80 and 443 are directly forwarded to the NAS in the router. Connection is OK now.

However I can't configure HTTPS connection to my router even from KeenDNS so I need to use mobile application or http connection to special port when I need to access the router dashboard from Internet.

Is it possible to share 443 port in OS? For example, when the https connection to 443 port is from KeenDNS the connection is finished in the router dashboard and if not - transferred to next node (early defined)?

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