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Old 08-09-2012, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I'd like to make my Mobile Fusion site accessible from the public internet.

right now, I can access it via the intranet by going to https://servername.domainname which is fine, but as we know, most phones/tablets don't have VPN, so I'd like to be able to manage devices while out of the office.

So I set up https://servername.company.com and have the internal site routing to it, but when I log into it, all I see is the IIS7 page.. is Mobile Fusion not designed to be accessed via public internet?
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It sounds like the domain name is not set up correctly. Is MF using IIS? If so, did you point the domain name to the actual login page? It sounds like it is reaching the default IIS website.
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change the port MF is using if you have IIS installed on the same server that listens on 443. Mine is running on 4433 so link would be https://servername:4433. Since it is an internal website MDS will not have problem resolving name for you (so you don't need to open MF from the outside to access MF using BB. Only if you want to manage using your mobile or external com with no VPN.
btw dc/dc I did not even know you can install MF on IIS??
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We got it working, it was a config issue! thanks!!
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