000034257 - How to specify non-standard port for RSA SecurID Access HTTP Federation (HFED) applications

Document created by RSA Customer Support Employee on Nov 11, 2016Last modified by RSA Customer Support Employee on Apr 21, 2017
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Article Number000034257
Applies ToRSA Product Set:  RSA SecurID Access
IssueThe on-screen help is slightly misleading when defining a proxy web server for an HTTP Federation (HFED) application (configuration Step 4) that utilizes a non-standard port.
This can lead to incorrecly defining the Portal URL/landing page in configuration Step 6.
 
ResolutionThe port number referred to when defining a web server (part of Step 4. Proxy Settings) is the port number of the target application.  The IDR-hosted reverse proxy only listens on ports 80 and 443 so the Portal URL/landing page (Step 6. Portal Display) should not explicitly define a port number.
Below is an example of target application that uses non-standard port 8180.  Note that the Portal URL definition does not use the non-standard port number.
Defining non-standard port number:
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Specifying Portal URL/landing page:
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