Has any one manged to get this product working trough a
reverse proxy, such as apache and/or MS ISA (as Reverse Proxy).
My situation is that I can get the product working by using a
static NAT translation directly to the server. When I set the RP up
on the ISA server, I can see traffic coming in and I get the login
screen of the system but it then hangs on the connect stage, as if
the return path is not getting out, I have opened up 80, 443 &
1935 inbound and outbound to no avail, yet when I give it direct
access and set the ports open inside and outside I can get to the
server with no problems. We have one firewall which is the entry
point then another just in front of the Adobe server. Has anyone
come across this issue before and if so can anyone please help. I
don't really want to give it a direct route as we would like some
security with this box, and a reverse proxy would be a better
solution for this.
If you need any further information please ask and I will
I would suggest you call support on this. Meetings might fail
for any number of reasons when you're using a reverse proxy- how
does your proxy pass meeting traffic through to the Connect server?
You mentioned it works when you give it "direct access" - could you
provide more information on that?
Meetings operate over flash and data for those meetings are
passed over the RTMP protocol, which you would have to have open.
They then pass internally over port 8506...so depending on how you
have your proxy setup this may need to be open as well (although
NOT to external traffic).