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Configuring WAS for Intranet Access Only

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  • Configuring WAS for Intranet Access Only

    I'm sure the documentation exist but I am failing to craft the correct search terms ... I would like to configure an WAS for intranet access. I have experience setting up WAS for access via the internet and have domains pointed to various ZebraHost servers. But for this client they only want their web app to be accessible on their local network. In this case I have made these assumption and I have these questions:

    1. No domain will be needed, correct?
    2. Desktop shortcuts would just need to point to the local IP address and Port that the WAS is installed on, correct?
    3. Port 80 appears to be in use on the server that I have installed the WAS on as the WAS was unable to bind to it. I'm assuming the IIS probably has a hold of it. I would like to use Port 81 in this case. Does anyone have an words of wisdom on opening up access to Port 81 for just intranet traffic?

    Thank you in advance for anyone's help,

    CPGood

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    Re: Configuring WAS for Intranet Access Only

    setting up intranet is not difficult at all.
    1> no domain needed. just put your server in one of the computer and make that as a server for intranet traffic.
    2> you can make the home page the intranet page and the desktop will open the bowser and it will go to the intranet by default.
    3> just go to webserver configuration and change the port to 81 that is all needed.
    4> they can access the intranet from outside too if they want.
    5> go to the server computer a open up terminal and type ipconfig and note the address
    then add port number and you are set to go from any other computer in the network.
    (if they want to access from outside the you have to enable port forwarding)
    thanks for reading

    gandhi

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      Re: Configuring WAS for Intranet Access Only

      Hi Gandhi,

      Thank you for your reply. Looks good but I want to clarify one item .... on your item #2 please let me know a little more about this. Are you talking about the page you indicate in your "publisher" settings as the home page? Or are you talking about the page you specify in the "config" area of the WAS as the home page? or are you talking about creating a shortcut on the user's desktop that points to this page on the server?

      Thank you for the clarification,
      CPGood

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        Re: Configuring WAS for Intranet Access Only

        nope.
        go to your browser and open the page you want in your alpha five, then go to internet options in the browser, and in the general section you can set this page as home page.
        so whenever the browser opens it opens to that location.
        then all you have to create a shortcut to open the browser, it will go to your alpha page as home page.
        thanks for reading

        gandhi

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