Can You Use Webcache To Be Reverse Proxy And Load Balancer In Front Of OAM WebComponents
(Doc ID 403281.1)
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:COREid Access - Version: 10.1.4.0.1
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Checked for relevance on 18-Aug-2008
Can you use Oracle Web Cache 10.1.2.0.2 as a reverse proxy and load balancer in front of our Access/Identity servers?
You want to create a site in webcache called access.xyz.com the origin servers for access.xyz.com are
And both of these servers have webgate and webpass installed in them because they are serving as redundant OAM servers.
OR does this reverse proxy/load balancer need to be protected by webgate?
Want to use a load balancer and reverse proxy to spread OAM requests across redundant OAM servers.
To clarify our problem:
You installed 5 components:
Webgate, Webpass, identity server, access server and policy manager on two servers.
The OAM servers both have the 5 components installed and configured to communicate with one Active Directory server and everything works.
You want to install web cache on a third server to be a load proxy and load balancer to the two OAM servers.
Is Webcache and OAM certified to run in this configuration?
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