Are you just using it for uploading files from filemaker pro?
Obviously the simple workaround for uploading files would be to upload your files manually to the server, instead of via filemaker pro.
If you wanted to redirect the port, you would need to enable port translation (PAT/NAT) on your router so that incoming port 444 traffic was translated into 443 and sent to your filemaker server LAN IP.
Thank you Mike ,
I am able to everything except uploading from FM Pro . I read in the FM Server documentation that for uploading files throught FM Pro port 443 has to be open and forwarded.
Probably I can upload files to the directly to server through FTP if that is possible.
I need to check on the router to see if I can redirect traffic from 444 to 443 , and then to the FM Server LAN IP.
You can also use netsh on your server to portproxy one port to another. EG:
netsh interface portproxy add v4tov4 listenport=444 listenaddress=your LAN ip connectport=443 connectaddress=your LAN ip
Not sure if that's the proper code or not, it's been years since I had to do that.
I used to have to bind port 80 traffic to port 5003 to get around networks that did not allow the filemaker ports, netsh was what I used for that.
Thank you , I am able to upload files now