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With the release of UCS 4.2 the [http://docs.software-univention.de/manual-4.3.html#central:portal portal page] was introduced to UCS to enable companies, schools or organizations to offer a customized page to access available services. But wether it is the portal page, SAML authetifications, services like web mail or IMAP, it becomes increasingly important to give your users access to available services both from internal networks as well as from the internet. Therefore the goal of this cool solution is in presenting you with a way of making your services accessible independent of your users location. Starting off by explaining the conceptual idea and the related parts of your network infrastructure, we will give you an idea of how to implement a reverse proxy for external access.
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With the release of UCS 4.2 the [http://docs.software-univention.de/manual-4.3.html#central:portal portal page] was introduced to UCS to enable companies, schools or organizations to offer a customized page to access available services. But wether it is the portal page, SAML authentifications, services like web mail or IMAP, it becomes increasingly important to give your users access to available services both from internal networks as well as from the internet. Therefore the goal of this cool solution is in presenting you with a way of making your services accessible independent of your users location. Starting off by explaining the conceptual idea and the related parts of your network infrastructure, we will give you an idea of how to implement a reverse proxy for external access.
  
 
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Work in progress :)

Revision as of 11:20, 13 April 2018

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Note: Cool Solutions are articles documenting additional functionality based on Univention products. Not all of the shown steps in the article are covered by Univention Support. For questions about your support coverage contact your contact person at Univention before you want to implement one of the shown steps.

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Note: This article is not yet reviewed.

With the release of UCS 4.2 the portal page was introduced to UCS to enable companies, schools or organizations to offer a customized page to access available services. But wether it is the portal page, SAML authentifications, services like web mail or IMAP, it becomes increasingly important to give your users access to available services both from internal networks as well as from the internet. Therefore the goal of this cool solution is in presenting you with a way of making your services accessible independent of your users location. Starting off by explaining the conceptual idea and the related parts of your network infrastructure, we will give you an idea of how to implement a reverse proxy for external access.

Work in progress :)

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