SharePoint publishing topologies
Published: January 11, 2010
Updated: February 15, 2013
Applies To: Unified Access Gateway
The topics in this section describe some of the commonly used topologies for deploying servers running SharePoint Products and Technologies through Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG).
For each topology, the following relationships are explained:
Relationships between the servers running SharePoint Products and Technologies and Forefront UAG.
Relationship between the SharePoint site's internal address, which is used to access the site from within the organization, and public address, which is the public-facing address that is used to access the site remotely.
For further information about designing SharePoint extranet farm topologies, see Design extranet farm topology (Office SharePoint Server).
|In each of the topologies, it is assumed that external users will access the SharePoint site using a secure HTTPS connection. It is not recommended to allow users to access the SharePoint site using HTTP, because the connection to the site will not be secure.|
The following topics describe some considerations you should be aware of before publishing SharePoint applications, and the main topologies and steps for publishing SharePoint applications in your network using Forefront UAG:
Publishing a SharePoint application
Publishing multiple SharePoint applications on unique ports
Publishing a SharePoint application with identical internal and public host addresses
Publishing multiple SharePoint applications on a single port
Publishing SharePoint applications for partners
Publishing an AD RMS server
Publishing Office Web Apps