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Install ArcGIS Portal on Server in Internal LAN

Question asked by Zian on Oct 4, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 4, 2017 by JQuinn-esristaff

It is possible to install ArcGIS Enterprise on a server (named "A") inside a LAN, install the web adaptor on a public-facing web server (named "WebServer"), and reach ArcGIS services using https://example.com/arcgis.

 

Is it possible to install Portal in a similar manner such that the server running Portal is not directly reachable?

 

I saw a lot of documentation about how the Web Adaptor for Portal requires a fully qualified domain name but that doesn't exist for servers that aren't public-facing.

 

For instance, http://www.esri.com/videos/watch?videoid=3640&isLegacy=true&title=configuring-arcgis-web-adaptor-with-portal-for-ArcGIS shows a Portal URL of https://husker.esri.com:7443 at the 07:42 mark. Does that mean that if I typed https://husker.esri.com:7443 into my browser's address bar, I would see the default Portal home page and my network traffic would start bouncing around ESRI's internal network?

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