Installer: Network Routes Configuration
Use this page in the wizard to configure network routes between the client and the CommServe computer.
There is Firewall between this machine and CommServe
Select this option if there is a firewall between the clients and the CommServe computer. This option enables the network route configuration options, which represent the types of firewall connectivity settings.
- Client machines can open connection to CommServe on tunnel port
This option is selected by default. Select this option in the following scenarios:
- The clients reach the CommServe computer through a tunnel port (also referred to as one-way direct connection, where the client connects to the CommServe).
- The clients and CommServe computer can reach each other using a tunnel port (also referred to as two-way direct connection).
- The clients reach the CommServe computer through a port forwarding gateway.
After selecting this option, in the CommServe HTTP/HTTPS tunnel port number box, enter the incoming port number that can be used to open tunnel connections to the CommServe computer.
- CommServe can open connection towards client machines
Select this option if the CommServe computer reaches the clients through a tunnel port. This configuration is also referred to as one-way direct connection, where the CommServe computer connects to the clients.
After selecting this option, in the Local HTTP/HTTPS tunnel port number box, enter the local port number that can be used by the CommServe computer to open tunnel connections towards the client.
- CommServe is reachable only through proxy
Select this option if the clients connect to the CommServe computer through a proxy.
After selecting this option, from the Proxy client name list, select the name of the proxy client.
For more information, see Configuring Network Routes.
Last modified: 2/22/2019 10:12:40 PM