I'm assuming that what you mean is that you have one public IP address and you want to NAT tcp/443 to multiple different websites hosted by different internal hosts correct?
If I'm interrupting the question properly, you wouldn't do this directly on the firewall. Instead what you would do is setup something like NGINX to act as a web proxy. You would create the NAT to send tcp/443 to your NGINX (or similar) instance and NGINX would use the hostname to send to the proper backend server to service the website request.
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