Randy Belk said:
> I think that this addition is get, but there is a problem. Normally people
> with DSL, Cable, or Dial-UP receive an address by DHCP. Having to
> constantly change the rule that allows remote https is very bad. Can't
> this be configured to use the external interface and not the external IP
Well, use "any" for the destination then. As long as you don't have a NAT
rule for the HTTPS port as well, you should be safe (even if I don't
completely like this solution).