V11 SP8
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Configuring a One-Way Firewall Topology for Application Migration

Configure a one-way firewall so that the CommServe computer and the MediaAgent can communicate with the proxy.

This topology uses 2 client groups:

  • A group that contains the CommServe computer, and the MediaAgent.
  • A group that contains the proxy server

For more information, see Creating a Client Computer Group.

Before You Begin

  1. Create a client group that contains the CommServe computer and the MediaAgent.
  2. Create a client group that contains the proxy server.

Procedure

  1. Create a one-way firewall topology for the 2 clients groups that has the following parameters:
    • Topology Type: One-Way
    • Infrastructure Client Group: The client group that contains the CommServe computer and the MediaAgent.
    • DMZ Client Group: The client group that contains the proxy server.

    For more information, see Setting up a One-Way Firewall (Server to Client) Using a Predefined Firewall Topology.

    Note: The only package that you need to install on the proxy server is the File System core package

  2. Configure the proxy server client group to use port 443.
    1. From the CommCell Browser, expand Client Computer Groups.
    2. Right-click the client_computer_group, and then click Properties.

      The Client Group Properties dialog box appears.

    3. Click Network.

      The Network Properties for Client Group dialog box appears.

    4. On the Firewall Configuration tab, click Incoming Ports, and then in Listen for tunnel connections on port box, type 443.
    5. Click OK.

What to Do Next

Note the following values that you will use when you perform the application migration.

  • The proxy server client name
  • The port number (443)