I have deployed ArcGIS Geoevent 10.8.0 on our Azure. Geoevent server is federated with ArcGIS Portal.
Since geoevent manager is accessed via port https://geovt:6143/geoevent/manager. It is necessary to open port on firewall. Is there any way to access geoevent manager without port ?. Like how ArcGIS Server is accessed via web adapter?
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Hey Esri guy,
You can use the web adaptor with Geoevent. That will allow you to access it through HTTPS.
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Hey Esri guy,
the WebAdaptor does not support to access the GeoEvent Manager, only the ArcGIS Server Manager that is also installed. But you can use URL Rewrite in the same IIS to forward the Requests to the GeoEvent Manager.
You need to install:
Next Step is to create the Inbound Rule on you Default Site (URL Rewrite). If you want the GeoEvent Manager available via https://yourdomain.com/geoevent/manager you could use the following Regular Expression:
and perform the rewrite Action to:
Be aware, if you close the Port 6143 and you want to use Stream Service you have to configure some more stuff. In this case you need to install the WebSocket protocol on your IIS, add some additional rules to the URL Rewrite and add the WebSocketContextURL to your system properties.