Hi,

I am new to access manager. Please clarify the below to understand the
concept better,

Scenario 1. I have a web application, which is hosted in my on premise
environment. I can find a sample configuration on how to do a single
sign on to this application by creating a Reverse proxy in the Access
gateway and redirect the request from the internet to this application
by publishing an external DNS name different from the host name or Ip
address.

Scenario 2. I have a web application, which is deployed in the cloud. I
can find a sample configuration on how to do a single sign on to this
application with SAML 2.0(SP initiated) by redirecting the request to
IDP for authentication and sending back to the application.

I have a web application, which is deployed in the cloud. I want to
understand on how to do a single sign on to this application same like
Scenario 1. Do I need to make a port forwarding to the DNS(say,
www.mynameexternal.com) which I publish in the Access Gateway proxy and
not to make cloud application public, but simply making a secure port
connection between AG server and the cloud application???

Regards,
Kalai


--
parithy
------------------------------------------------------------------------
parithy's Profile: https://forums.netiq.com/member.php?userid=13457
View this thread: https://forums.netiq.com/showthread.php?t=57812