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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 07, 2019

Applies to:

Content and Experience Cloud Service - Version N/A and later
Content and Experience Cloud Classic - Version 18.1.2 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>.oraclecloud.com:443/<publicsite> exists and there is also an IaaS OCI compute instance set up with a reverse proxy in which proxies incoming requests to https://www.example.com to the site URL. Is it possible to only have the public site reachable via https://www.example.com, and not directly by entering the .oraclecloud.com 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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