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Is It Possible To Restrict Public Connectivity To A CEC Site? Can This Be Done With A Load Balancer? (Doc ID 2440624.1)

Last updated on MARCH 13, 2023

Applies to:

Content and Experience Cloud Service - Version 20.1.2 and later
Content and Experience Cloud Classic - Version 19.3.2 and later
Content and Experience Cloud - Version 21.2.2 and later
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Is it possible to restict public connectivity to a site? Can This Be Done With A Load Balancer?

A public site, URL: https://<service>-<identity>.sites.<datacenter><publicsite> exists and there is also an IaaS OCI compute instance set up with a reverse proxy in which proxies incoming requests to to the site URL. Is it possible to only have the public site reachable via, and not directly by entering the site URL into a web browser? So, is it possible to restrict http/https connectivity from the public internet to a site? Example: Only allowing certain source IP addresses to connect to the site.


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