Is there a way to restrict traffic from one Ethernet port to usage of services in one single domain only.
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1 reply Latest Post - 2012-10-08T13:32:25Z by swlinn
Pinned topic Way to restrict traffic on one Ethernet port in XB60 to One-domain only
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Re: Way to restrict traffic on one Ethernet port in XB60 to One-domain only2012-10-08T13:32:25Z in response to Click_ApplyYour front side handlers will listen on a unique ethernet interface IP:port combination. Only the web service proxy can share the front side handler across services, and that only within the same domain. To restrict the front side handlers to a specific IP, don't specify the default 0.0.0.0 for the FSH's local address, but instead specify the IP of the interface you wish to restrict the FSH from using. A best practice is to create a host alias object in the default domain that would provide an alias to the actual IP, so you would reference the alias in your FSH, not the specify IP.