UDS Architecture question
I work for a large organization with a multi-tiered dmz, and am beginning the process of installing UDS. However, I am confused as I have gotten some conflicting information on UDS, specifically with respect to proxies and SSL. Does anyone know if the incoming SSL can be offloaded at a loadbalancer/proxy, and then subsequently use self signed certs internally, or does the SSL have to pass all the way through and specifically terminate at the UDS box? Any thoughts are appreciated.
Re: UDS Architecture question
SSL Cert must pass all the way to the UDS in the DMZ. We tried F5 and GSS - no dice.
I used a GoDaddy Cert to the DMZ UDS (Communication Module only).
The rest of BES 10 (BMS, BDS, and UDS Core Module) are inside the Internal firewall.
We're controlling a few iPhone and Android devices in Tests.
Personally I like the Android behavior better on BES 10 - the iPhone staggers a bit on email delivery.
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