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Pylon Anywhere - Secure Gateway - Mobil Gateway

6 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2005-02-17 17:19:01.0Z
David S. Posted on 2005-02-16 15:19:03.0Z
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We are in the process of setting up a Pylon Anywhere test
bed and wanted to use the Secure Gateway option. Reading
the DOC on the Secure Gateway it talks about "MG" or Mobile
Gateway. Can someone please explain the difference between
SG and MG?

Thx
DS


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Ok...I think I understand the terms now.

Pylon Anywhere = Mobile Gateway
Secure Mobile Gateway = Pylon Anywhere (MG) with Secure
Gateway installed on it.

Is this a correct statement? Do you have to have MG
installed on the server that you are wanting to make the
Secure Gateway?

Thx,
DS

> We are in the process of setting up a Pylon Anywhere test
> bed and wanted to use the Secure Gateway option. Reading
> the DOC on the Secure Gateway it talks about "MG" or
> Mobile Gateway. Can someone please explain the difference
> between SG and MG?
>
> Thx
> DS


Matt Posted on 2005-02-16 22:14:58.0Z
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David:

Pylon Anywhere discussions now take place in
ianywhere.public.pylonanywhere.general.

The Mobile Gateway is an internal component of Pylon Anywhere that handles a
lot of the communication between the different moving parts of the Pylon
Anywhere server.

The Secure Gateway is the term that is used for the standalone piece (kind
of like a proxy server) that can be put on a separate machine in the DMZ
that runs in a Java VM. The Secure Gateway basically passes info (sync and
push traffic from Pylon Anywhere clients) to the Mobile Gateway component of
the Pylon Anywhere server for processing. This component has its own
install program - - the full Pylon Anywhere server is not installed on this
machine that would be in the DMZ

Matt..

<David S.> wrote in message news:42137749.5635.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Ok...I think I understand the terms now.
>
> Pylon Anywhere = Mobile Gateway
> Secure Mobile Gateway = Pylon Anywhere (MG) with Secure
> Gateway installed on it.
>
> Is this a correct statement? Do you have to have MG
> installed on the server that you are wanting to make the
> Secure Gateway?
>
> Thx,
> DS
>
>
> > We are in the process of setting up a Pylon Anywhere test
> > bed and wanted to use the Secure Gateway option. Reading
> > the DOC on the Secure Gateway it talks about "MG" or
> > Mobile Gateway. Can someone please explain the difference
> > between SG and MG?
> >
> > Thx
> > DS


David S. Posted on 2005-02-17 14:24:15.0Z
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Matt,

Thank you for your answer. I would first like to say that
your install doc's are not very good.

In the admin doc on page 6-9, there is a diagram showing
Secure Moible Gateway in the DMZ, showing in the Inner
Firewall in front of the Pylon Anywhere Servers there is a
Mobile Gateway server.

Is this just a Pylon Anywhere Server only running the "Pylon
Anywhere Mobile Gateway" service?.

Can you please explain to me how ones goes about setting up
that diagram in the Admin DOC on page 6-9.

When we try and do the test stated in the Secure Gateway
Troubleshooting Doc, we are able to get HTTP 400 and or 500
messages.

We have all the needed ports open, we have to our best based
on the docs setup the SMG to the Pylon Anywhere server...

We can access the webpage fine internal but not from the
external. We think there is communication issues between
the SMG and the Pylon Anywhere server.

Thx,
DTS

> David:
>
> Pylon Anywhere discussions now take place in
> ianywhere.public.pylonanywhere.general.
>
> The Mobile Gateway is an internal component of Pylon
> Anywhere that handles a lot of the communication between
> the different moving parts of the Pylon Anywhere server.
>
> The Secure Gateway is the term that is used for the
> standalone piece (kind of like a proxy server) that can be
> put on a separate machine in the DMZ that runs in a Java
> VM. The Secure Gateway basically passes info (sync and
> push traffic from Pylon Anywhere clients) to the Mobile
> Gateway component of the Pylon Anywhere server for
> processing. This component has its own install program -
> - the full Pylon Anywhere server is not installed on this
> machine that would be in the DMZ
>
> Matt..
>
> <David S.> wrote in message
> > news:42137749.5635.1681692777@sybase.com... Ok...I think
> I understand the terms now. >
> > Pylon Anywhere = Mobile Gateway
> > Secure Mobile Gateway = Pylon Anywhere (MG) with Secure
> > Gateway installed on it.
> >
> > Is this a correct statement? Do you have to have MG
> > installed on the server that you are wanting to make the
> > Secure Gateway?
> >
> > Thx,
> > DS
> >
> >
> > > We are in the process of setting up a Pylon Anywhere
> > > test bed and wanted to use the Secure Gateway option.
> > > Reading the DOC on the Secure Gateway it talks about
> > > "MG" or Mobile Gateway. Can someone please explain
> > > the difference between SG and MG?
> > >
> > > Thx
> > > DS
>
>


Matt Posted on 2005-02-17 15:17:19.0Z
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David:

I apologize for the confusion. That image does seem to depict a server that
only runs the Mobile Gateway service. However, the Mobile Gateway is a
component of the complete Pylon Anywhere server that would be running on the
machine inside the firewall. It is not a standalone server.

I will do some more investigating as to what could be causing the 400 and
500 error messages and how to troubleshoot.

Matt.

<David S.> wrote in message news:4214a90f.2245.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Matt,
>
> Thank you for your answer. I would first like to say that
> your install doc's are not very good.
>
> In the admin doc on page 6-9, there is a diagram showing
> Secure Moible Gateway in the DMZ, showing in the Inner
> Firewall in front of the Pylon Anywhere Servers there is a
> Mobile Gateway server.
>
> Is this just a Pylon Anywhere Server only running the "Pylon
> Anywhere Mobile Gateway" service?.
>
> Can you please explain to me how ones goes about setting up
> that diagram in the Admin DOC on page 6-9.
>
> When we try and do the test stated in the Secure Gateway
> Troubleshooting Doc, we are able to get HTTP 400 and or 500
> messages.
>
> We have all the needed ports open, we have to our best based
> on the docs setup the SMG to the Pylon Anywhere server...
>
> We can access the webpage fine internal but not from the
> external. We think there is communication issues between
> the SMG and the Pylon Anywhere server.
>
> Thx,
> DTS
>
> > David:
> >
> > Pylon Anywhere discussions now take place in
> > ianywhere.public.pylonanywhere.general.
> >
> > The Mobile Gateway is an internal component of Pylon
> > Anywhere that handles a lot of the communication between
> > the different moving parts of the Pylon Anywhere server.
> >
> > The Secure Gateway is the term that is used for the
> > standalone piece (kind of like a proxy server) that can be
> > put on a separate machine in the DMZ that runs in a Java
> > VM. The Secure Gateway basically passes info (sync and
> > push traffic from Pylon Anywhere clients) to the Mobile
> > Gateway component of the Pylon Anywhere server for
> > processing. This component has its own install program -
> > - the full Pylon Anywhere server is not installed on this
> > machine that would be in the DMZ
> >
> > Matt..
> >
> > <David S.> wrote in message
> > > news:42137749.5635.1681692777@sybase.com... Ok...I think
> > I understand the terms now. >
> > > Pylon Anywhere = Mobile Gateway
> > > Secure Mobile Gateway = Pylon Anywhere (MG) with Secure
> > > Gateway installed on it.
> > >
> > > Is this a correct statement? Do you have to have MG
> > > installed on the server that you are wanting to make the
> > > Secure Gateway?
> > >
> > > Thx,
> > > DS
> > >
> > >
> > > > We are in the process of setting up a Pylon Anywhere
> > > > test bed and wanted to use the Secure Gateway option.
> > > > Reading the DOC on the Secure Gateway it talks about
> > > > "MG" or Mobile Gateway. Can someone please explain
> > > > the difference between SG and MG?
> > > >
> > > > Thx
> > > > DS
> >
> >


Dave S. Posted on 2005-02-17 17:19:01.0Z
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Matt,

Thx for the help...

Another question for you..on the SG, there is an admin page
you can get access to view info about the SG server. What
is the default login and password or how do you setup an
account to access that page?

> David:
>
> I apologize for the confusion. That image does seem to
> depict a server that only runs the Mobile Gateway service.
> However, the Mobile Gateway is a component of the
> complete Pylon Anywhere server that would be running on
> the machine inside the firewall. It is not a standalone
> server.
>
> I will do some more investigating as to what could be
> causing the 400 and 500 error messages and how to
> troubleshoot.
>
> Matt.
>
> <David S.> wrote in message
> > news:4214a90f.2245.1681692777@sybase.com... Matt,
> >
> > Thank you for your answer. I would first like to say
> > that your install doc's are not very good.
> >
> > In the admin doc on page 6-9, there is a diagram showing
> > Secure Moible Gateway in the DMZ, showing in the Inner
> > Firewall in front of the Pylon Anywhere Servers there is
> > a Mobile Gateway server.
> >
> > Is this just a Pylon Anywhere Server only running the
> > "Pylon Anywhere Mobile Gateway" service?.
> >
> > Can you please explain to me how ones goes about setting
> > up that diagram in the Admin DOC on page 6-9.
> >
> > When we try and do the test stated in the Secure Gateway
> > Troubleshooting Doc, we are able to get HTTP 400 and or
> > 500 messages.
> >
> > We have all the needed ports open, we have to our best
> > based on the docs setup the SMG to the Pylon Anywhere
> server... >
> > We can access the webpage fine internal but not from the
> > external. We think there is communication issues
> > between the SMG and the Pylon Anywhere server.
> >
> > Thx,
> > DTS
> >
> > > David:
> > >
> > > Pylon Anywhere discussions now take place in
> > > ianywhere.public.pylonanywhere.general.
> > >
> > > The Mobile Gateway is an internal component of Pylon
> > > Anywhere that handles a lot of the communication
> > > between the different moving parts of the Pylon
> > Anywhere server. >
> > > The Secure Gateway is the term that is used for the
> > > standalone piece (kind of like a proxy server) that
> > > can be put on a separate machine in the DMZ that runs
> > > in a Java VM. The Secure Gateway basically passes info
> > > (sync and push traffic from Pylon Anywhere clients) to
> > > the Mobile Gateway component of the Pylon Anywhere
> > > server for processing. This component has its own
> > > install program - - the full Pylon Anywhere server is
> > > not installed on this machine that would be in the DMZ
> > >
> > > Matt..
> > >
> > > <David S.> wrote in message
> > > > news:42137749.5635.1681692777@sybase.com... Ok...I
> > > think I understand the terms now. >
> > > > Pylon Anywhere = Mobile Gateway
> > > > Secure Mobile Gateway = Pylon Anywhere (MG) with
> > > > Secure Gateway installed on it.
> > > >
> > > > Is this a correct statement? Do you have to have MG
> > > > installed on the server that you are wanting to make
> > > > the Secure Gateway?
> > > >
> > > > Thx,
> > > > DS
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > > We are in the process of setting up a Pylon
> > > > > Anywhere test bed and wanted to use the Secure
> > > > > Gateway option. Reading the DOC on the Secure
> > > > > Gateway it talks about "MG" or Mobile Gateway.
> > > > > Can someone please explain the difference between
> > > > SG and MG? >
> > > > > Thx
> > > > > DS
> > >
> > >
>
>