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Setting up webaccess proxy wise

I am working with our node administrator to set up web access. he wanted me to find out more about setting up a proxy service. he has a cisco 5525x ASA and wanted to know if anyone knows whether or not this can be set up to do the proxy service for GW 2012 webaccess. If anyone has the particulars about this i would appreciate it.

I have looked at the install docs but don't see exactly what the proxy should be doing. I would appreciate any guidance on this matter that any of you can give. Thank you.
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jmcg;2246819 wrote:
I am working with our node administrator to set up web access. he wanted me to find out more about setting up a proxy service. he has a cisco 5525x ASA and wanted to know if anyone knows whether or not this can be set up to do the proxy service for GW 2012 webaccess. If anyone has the particulars about this i would appreciate it.

I have looked at the install docs but don't see exactly what the proxy should be doing. I would appreciate any guidance on this matter that any of you can give. Thank you.


What exactly do you mean with "set up to do the proxy service for GW 2012 webaccess"?. NAT'ting or reverse proxying to it, as it's just a webservice, should be quite straight forward.

-Willem
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