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Pinned topic Way to restrict traffic on one Ethernet port in XB60 to One-domain only

‏2012-10-06T06:49:06Z |
Hello,

Is there a way to restrict traffic from one Ethernet port to usage of services in one single domain only.
Updated on 2012-10-08T13:32:25Z at 2012-10-08T13:32:25Z by swlinn
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    Re: Way to restrict traffic on one Ethernet port in XB60 to One-domain only

    ‏2012-10-08T13:32:25Z  
    Your 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.

    Regards,
    Steve