I have a customer who wants to install their Reverse Proxy on Linux with
OneBridge for security purpose.
<OneBridge> --- <DMZ Proxy> --- <Reverse Proxy> --- 80 --- <Mobile Device>
They are accessing with the port 80, and the Reverse Proxy returns this
error : "TCP denied"
It seems that OneBridge HTTP flux was rejected.
Any workaround ? Or has someone already dealed with that architecture ?
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When using a Reverse Proxy, it must be a true port forwarding solution.
If the reverse proxy is modifying the packets for any reason then the
connection will be denied by the OneBridge server. However, "TCP denied"
is an error at the reverse proxy side and OneBridge is HTTP traffic so as
long as the reverse proxy can forward the traffic there should be no
issue. We have successfully enabled a Reverse Proxy, but I do not recall
it connecting to the DMZ Proxy, typically the reverse proxy will forward
to the OneBridge Server itself and no DMZ Proxy will be installed.
Is his reverser proxy doing true port forwarding?
On Mon, 12 Mar 2007 08:57:27 -0600, Razan
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