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dewan_abdullah
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Partner

Can Qlik Sense have two Proxies, one for internal users access and one for external users access?

Hello Everyone,

We have a requirement to have two different proxies for the same Qlik Sense server, so that each proxy can handle a specific set of users (internal) and the other proxy node will handle the external users (users coming from different AD) outside the network.

Thank you,

 

 

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Lauri
Specialist
Specialist

You should be able to, using two different virtual proxies. You will have two URLs, for example:

http://mydomain.com/internal

http://mydomain.com/external

Each group will need to use the appropriate link to log in.

Read more about creating virtual proxies here.

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Lauri
Specialist
Specialist

You should be able to, using two different virtual proxies. You will have two URLs, for example:

http://mydomain.com/internal

http://mydomain.com/external

Each group will need to use the appropriate link to log in.

Read more about creating virtual proxies here.

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dewan_abdullah
Partner
Partner
Author

Thank you,

That's a perfect solution, but can each virtual proxy be configured on different node? like each proxy is on a separate node that are linked to the central node?

 

Lauri
Specialist
Specialist

That I do not know. (I have always had just one node.)

When you edit the virtual proxy, under Load Balancing, it appears that you can select a node.

dewan_abdullah
Partner
Partner
Author

Alright I will give it a try, thank you!