Setting Up a Standby CommServe Using Port Forwarding Gateway Configuration
The CommServe Port Forwarding Gateway Configuration workflow can be used to open ports required to communicate across third-party firewalls.
Examples of third-party firewalls include the following:
- Setting up a standby CommServe host in the cloud.
- Connecting a remote application (for example, the Web Server or Workflow Engine) with an ODBC connection to the CommServe host.
- A firewall between the CommServe server and other Commvault entities, such as Web Server, Web Console, Java GUI, Custom Reports Engine, Workflow Engine, and Cvcloud.
The CommServe Port Forwarding Gateway Configuration workflow must be run on the production CommServe host to add (or delete) port forwarding gateways.
Choose one of the following procedures based on how you would like to configure port forwarding gateways:
- Inserting a Specific Configuration for All Clients That Require Port Forwarding Gateways
- Inserting Separate Port Forwarding Gateway Configurations for Each Client
- Deleting a Port Forwarding Gateway Configuration
After running the CommServe Port Forwarding Gateway Configuration workflow, you will need to Connecting the Web Server or Workflow Engine to the CommServe Computer for ODBC connections to work.
Last modified: 5/21/2020 5:50:23 PM