I need to setup a reverse proxy, in front of a Qlik Sense server. This reverse proxy handles that different domains, provide different services. Such as qs.domain.com proxied to qs.domain.local while sharepoint.domain.com goes to sharepoint.domain.local.
The reverse proxy runs fine, and does what it should .But I have a problem when I need to authenticate, and the reverse proxy jums to the 4248 for authentication. I've not been able to figure out how to fall back to the right port after auth.
I'm running reverse proxy on IIS with Application Request Routing and URL rewrite.
I'm facing a similar issue with Juniper as reverse proxy. In our case, autentication is done and session and ticket is issued for the user and the url with the ticket is received by Juniper (http://server/hub/?qlikTicket=fjIquFKJf0IYSEUf), but nothing happens. Juniper just keep waiting after the loggin page and ends by time out.
Does anybody knows if there is somethig We have to be aware regarding Qlik Sense Hub requirements? The only I can get from documentation is that clients must support websockets.
The thing is that I'm unsure what exactly is the problem. In the last setup I've tested, I have it working internally but not externally. Which makes me believe that I'm missing a crucial rewrite part (header/cookie).
But what I'm doing now is forwarding everything on 2 ports 80/4248 based on a dns rule.