Content Navigator 2.0.1 with FileNet Content Manager We want to access Content Navigator through Internet. So, We have thought of following 3 approaches to achieve the same: 1) Giving Public IP to Server 1 and keeping Server 2 in internal network where ICN is hosted. 2) Using Web Server with HTTP Proxy. In which WAS server is in the internal Firewall and link through a Web Server using LAN. Web Server has external Firewall through which external client can access. PFA Architecture for this approach. 3) Using Network Address Translation(NAT). Please let us know the feasibility of the 3 approaches as listed above and which one would be the recommended approach from IBM. Also, let us know if there could be another approach to achieve the same. Operating System: Windows (Microsoft) We are deploying following components of FileNet as per the below architecture at the customer side Server 1: IBM WebSphere Application Server 184.108.40.206 FileNet Content manager 5.1 ----- WAS Profile 1 FileNet Navigator 2.0.1-------------- WAS Profile 1 FileNet WorkplaceXT 220.127.116.11------- WAS Profile 2 IBM Content Analytics 3.0 Server 2: BPM 5.1 DB2 9.7.5 SQL Server 2008 ICC 3.0 Cognos RTM 10.1 Also, we will be using existing Microsoft AD and integrating with existing Lotus Domino.All the existing servers are in internal network. Thanks & Regards Ankush Jain
Pinned topic Accessing FileNet ECM Application(ICN) through internet
damorris 120000E3R8825 Posts
Re: Accessing FileNet ECM Application(ICN) through internet2013-04-22T15:06:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
There isn't a recommended approach because this is entirely up to a given organization. Which approach you'd choose typically is based on what technologies you have available, what your security requirements are, and how you typically deploy other applications.