I frequently need to access my DS from various remote sites with limited internet access.
Therefore, I would like to limit the number of ports used by the various webservices to normal HTTP (TCP:80) + HTTPS (TCP:443).
Currently, the following ports in use are:
80 = Web Station, Photo Station, Web Mail
443 = Web Station, Photo Station, Web Mail
5000 = Management UI, File Station, Audio Station, +
5001 = Management UI, File Station, Audio Station, +
5006 = WebDAV
6690 = CloudStation
7001 = FileStation
9002 = Squeezebox
... and I haven't even mentioned the non-Synology apps...
Obviously, other services uses additional ports such as TCP:25(SMTP), TCP/UDP:6881(BT), TCP:21,55537-55664(FTP) and so on, but these don't give me any trouble as these services are normally used for such services.
I would like to limit everything to the ordinary HTTPS port and use subfolders instead. Something like:
/Management/ = Management UI
/Photo/ = Photo Station
/WebDAV/ = WebDAV
But HOW do I accomplish this
Does anyone have any suggestions
Being a windows-man, (I'm gonna get SO flamed for saying this) I could obviously put a Microsoft TMG (it's a Microsoft Proxying Firewall for use in companies) up in front of my internet connection and have it make the necessary changes and also offload the SSL encryption.
But - somehow - setting up a TMG seems to me to be a bit... excessive? wrong? ridiculous?
So - please: Does anyone know of any other solution
(And as I said: I'm a windows-man: You need to spell it out and provide detailed instructions