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DijeshKeloth
Beginner
Beginner

Identity router question

Hi,

 

We are planning to publish Oracle EBS through identity router. In order for the users to access it from internet, do we need to NAT the identity router proxy ip address alone or the oracle EBS application also in the firewall? can someone explain the traffic flow in this scenario?

 

Thanks,

Dijesh

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TedBarbour
Employee
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Hi Dijesh - assuming you are using HFED as described in the Oracle EBS Implementation Guide then all Oracle EBS traffic will be proxied by the IDR.  Users will not make any direct connections to the application.

 

Hope that helps,

Ted

DijeshKeloth
Beginner
Beginner

Thanks Ted for the answer. Is there any other way to do this?

 

Dijesh

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Do you mean not use HFED? 

SAML is the other main option for SSO but I don't believe Oracle EBS supports it natively.

Note that with SAML the end user does access the IDR portal AND protected application directly from their browser.

Ted, Thanks again. So, with HFED, we can achieve by having access to the cloud console and the RSA authentication manager?

 

Thanks,

Dijesh

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Can you clarify your last question?  Not sure I understand what you are asking.

 

Thanks,

Ted

Ted,

 

It should be fine. Thanks for your help.

 

Dijesh

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DijeshKeloth
Beginner
Beginner

Hi Ted,

 

Thanks for your help earlier. If we need to access the Oracle EBS internally and externally, is there any recommendation?

 

Dijesh

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Yes, if your IDR proxy interface is made available in your network DMZ then users can reach the application portal and any proxied applications like Oracle EBS from outside your network.

 

Hope that helps,

Ted

DijeshKeloth
Beginner
Beginner

Ted,

 

Thanks. So, the IDR proxy interface should be reachable from internal as well from external network. Correct?

 

Dijesh

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