I am a newbie and this is my first post. My knowledge in this area is shallow at best.
We have recently added a second static IP (
arcgis.example.com) from the internet service provider to our network for a new application. We put the new IP address as an “alias” and then configure the firewall rules to redirect any tcp traffic on 80 and 443 ports to the internal server (
192.168.0.21) that services the application.
This is working fine when the service requests are coming from the RED zone (VPN tunneled or not) in the form of:
The problem is when the same requests are coming from inside the firewall. The requests are immediately directed to the internal server (
192.168.0.21). Because of the app’s security (certificate specific?) requirements, translation of
https://192.168.0.21/arcgis/... gives error 400.
Is there a way to route the service calls on
https://arcgis.example.com/arcgis/... from the GREEN to RED, by-passing the internal redirection to