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
- Create a client group that contains the CommServe computer and the MediaAgent.
- Create a client group that contains the proxy server.
- 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
- Configure the proxy server client group to use port 443.
- From the CommCell Browser, expand Client Computer Groups.
- Right-click the client_computer_group, and then click Properties.
The Client Group Properties dialog box appears.
- Click Network.
The Network Properties for Client Group dialog box appears.
- On the Firewall Configuration tab, click Incoming Ports, and then in Listen for tunnel connections on port box, type 443.
- 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)