The reverse-proxy server can be any of the following:
- Trend Micro package for SSFE reverse-proxy server
- IWSVA acting as the reverse-proxy
- Any third-party reverse-proxy server
Required Firewall Ports
Ports 80 and 443 must be open for users from the internet to get access to the reverse-proxy server. In the same way, ports 80 and 443 must be open between the reverse-proxy server and the SafeSync for Enterprise servers.
In addition, SSH port 22 can be opened from intranet to the reverse-proxy server for management purposes.
The DNS records for SSFE server should be pointed to the reverse-proxy server IP to ensure that users are directed to it whenever connection is made.
Configuring the SSFE Server
the SSFE server to recognize and log the client's real IP address and not the reverse-proxy server IP to ensure accurate reports.