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I have two seperaate NAS devices, one from Synology and one from Asustor that are both using Let's Encrypt certificates.
The problem I run into is that both want to use port 80 to auto renew their certificates. I can only have my router setup to port forward one or the other to their corresponding static IP addresses. This causes the other NAS to have an expired certificate.
Is there anything special about port 80 in that I would like to use two different ports (one for each NAS) so that they can both auto renew their certificates?
If port 80 must be used how do NAS users with multiple devices get around this problem?