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Publishing a single Web application directly with IAG

Updated: February 10, 2010

Applies To: Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG)

In addition to publishing applications, networks, and file systems in a portal, you can use Whale Communications Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) 2007 to publish the following single applications:

  • Web mail trunks—Enable you to publish a single Web mail application. These dedicated trunks are created with authentication, application customization, and URL-inspection rules that are optimized for the specific Web mail application you are running on this trunk.

  • Basic trunks—Enable you to establish a one-to-one connection, where one IP address routes to a single Web application server.

This topic describes how to use the Getting Started Wizard in order to publish a single Web application with a Web mail or basic trunk during IAG deployment. A trunk should be created only after you have configured networks and IAG server settings. For instructions, see Configuring IAG network and server settings.

The following procedure describes how to publish a single Web application by using the Getting Started Wizard. Alternatively, you can create a portal by running the Create Trunk Wizard directly from the IAG Configuration console.

To create an application trunk

  1. In the Getting Started Wizard, click the Create Trunk button.

  2. Follow the instructions for the Create Trunk Wizard.

  3. When you reach the Select Trunk Type page, click either Basic trunk or Webmail trunk, and then click Next.

  4. If you are publishing Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access 2007 as a Web mail application, on the Application Server page, select the Is SSL check box.

  5. When you complete the wizard, click Finish.

    For more information, click Help.

noteNote:
In IAG Service Pack 2, you can no longer use IP addresses to define a public host name for a trunk. Use a host name instead. In addition, host names must contains at least two periods.

 
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