Access a different port on a UCS server. In case you have installed a third-party programm which listens on a non-standard port and you want to prevent to type in the port number in the URL every time (i.e. http://server.multi.ucs:8056)
Configure an additional hostname as CNAME in the UMC to be used for this programm (i.e. program.multi.ucs) which points to the A record of the UCS where it is installed.
Make sure your firewall accepts connections from localhost to this port (default). Check our documentation how to do.
Create an additonal site file for apache how it is documented in this article. Use the hostname from Step 1.
Edit the configuration file for your needs (i.e. remove the TLS settings when https:// is not needed). A minimal file could look like this with “program.multi.ucs” as created hostname and the program listening on port 9100 on the server:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName propgram.multi.ucs ProxyPass http://127.0.0.1:9100/ retry=0 ProxyPassReverse http://127.0.0.1:9100/ </VirtualHost>