Hello all, I have a question about possible SNI setup or something like it. Here is what I am trying to do. I have 3 different servers on my backend that respond to 443 for different applications. 1 is a web server, 1 is a rdp server that uses RDP over 443 and then I have vmware I want access to from 443. I know I could do this by redirecting say 8443 > 443 and 8444 > 443 and so on but I am in a situation most of the day that only 443 and 80 are open. If I even attempt to put in name:port it is blocked no matter what. So I have to keep things in the realm of 443 in all traffic.
From what I am reading SNI is what I want but I do not fully understand it and what I need to do to get it working in my environment. Correct me if I am wrong here but what I think is that I can stand up my own CA and issue 3 different hostname certificates. Then go to godaddy or similar and assign 3 a records all pointing to my home ip. Then I would add those 3 certificates to Kemp under the VIP I have setup for this so say I have hosta.home.com goes to web server and hostb.home.com goes to my rdp server. Now depending on what address I use I would get the correct service I need?
Thanks for any help you can provide.