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Alfresco integration with Fortigate reverse proxy

Question asked by jefry_kur on Oct 4, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 5, 2016 by angelborroy

Hi Experts,

 

I am new about Alfresco, and I want to using reverse proxy in my system. The reason why I want to do this because there is a need to use HTTPS protocol and release my system to the internet. My question is, which file should I modify to enable this feature? So far, I have read many documentation and forum about this and they say to change file alfresco-global.properties. I will attach my changes below:

1. alfresco-global.properties

ir.root=C:/Alfresco/alf_data

 

alfresco.context=alfresco

#alfresco.host=127.0.0.1

alfresco.host=103.229.12.52

alfresco.port=8443

alfresco.protocol=https

 

share.context=share

share.host=103.229.12.52

share.port=8443

share.protocol=https

 

opencmis.context.override=true

opencmis.context.value=

opencmis.servletpath.override=true

opencmis.servletpath.value=

opencmis.server.override=true

opencmis.server.value=https://103.229.12.52

 

aos.baseUrlOverwrite=https://103.229.12.52/alfresco/aos

 

note: 103.229.12.52 is Public IP for my alfresco system.

 

After restart my tomcat, I still cannot open the page from internet. If there any mis-configuration that I did? According to my Infrastructure team, I don't need to import SSL certificate to Alfresco since they have imported the certificate in their reverse proxy server. Kindly need your advise

 

Regards,

Jefry

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