I will explain first how I understood the situation I am referring to and then I will post the question.
all "services" like phpmyadmin interface and webmail interface are served on http(s)://mydomain:81/phpmyadmin etc.
Now I noticed some users are accessing their resources from work and behind firewalls, so many are getting the error
Access Denied (connect_method_denied)
Your request attempted a CONNECT to a port "81" that is not permitted by default.
This is typically caused by an HTTPS URL that uses a port other then the default of 443.
so I thought to transfer those "services" to the actual apache2 installation. First I guess I would need to find the code for it in httpd.conf and transfer it to apache2.conf
How would I go ahead and change the links inside ispconfig so when they click phpmyadmin they go straight to http(s)://theirdomain.com/phpmyadmin ?
And by the way I just realized that in order to click phpmyadmin the must already have accessed port 81
any idea if I could also serve the ispconfig on a normal port 80 i.e. by http(s)://config.theirdomain.com
Any ideas ? has anyone ever thought about this? What is your opinion ? I think I should at least provide a separate acces to webmail via port 80 se ppl can at least check their mails from work