No.


As redirects (302) are processed by the client, the client MUST know how to get there....so the DNS needs to be available to the client.





>>> bic9286<bic9286@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> 14/02/2014 12:44 PM >>>



Hi,



I am currently trying to redirect an authenticated user that meets the

authorization to one of the three Web servers. This is done through

three Roles policies that are activated if the user meets the

requirements and then use in a policy that will redirect the user to one

of the three web server he his allowed to use.



Here is the setup:



I created a new proxy server called: test.test.com/index.html which is

resolvable from the DMZ (not for real, this is just an example), so once

the user reaches that page he get's prompt for the password, if he

authenticate properly the Authorization is looking to see is he meets

the requirements (attribute within the user, if so he get's redirected

to test1.test.com (which is not resolvable from the DMZ). I have also

test2 and test3 who are not resolvable from the DMZ or outside.



My question is now this, is there a way I can redirect the user to an

internal web server that does not have a DNS resolvable from the outside

?



Thanks !





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