Having UAG sp3 trunk listen on non-standard ports? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi everyone,

    First off let me state I am not a UAG expert, this is my first time working with UAG.

    I'm trying to setup UAG to allow incoming traffic from a cloud service to an internal application.  The cloud service is non-configurable and must reach into the internal server on a non-standard ports like 3333 for http and 3334 https(examples).  

    I have read that UAG sp1 didn't support anything but listening on 80 and 443.  Has this officially changed in SP3 so I can create a trunk listening on a non-standard port, and have it supported via Microsoft?



    Tuesday, June 17, 2014 1:12 PM