Hi all.

I run a home server with IIS, this serves a commercial web-application on port 80.

I also run a code-control server on another port, 1000. This is not HTTP.

I have a client with a locked down network; they do not allow traffic to port 1000.

Would it be possible to have IIS route all HTTP traffic on www.domain.com to the website, but then act as a NAT for either non-HTTP traffic OR CSS.domain.com, and forward that to port 1000?

This way, I could set up mu code-server client to connect to port 80, but IIS would act as a NAT router and forward it to port 1000 on the same machine.

I am also doing this behind a DD-WRT router, so maybe that guy can do it? (I know, not a W8 question).