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.
Christian Sellei <span class="icon-status-icon icon-partner" title="Partner"></span> schrieb:
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.
Did you ever find a solution for this issue? These particular Juniper devices are now branded Pulse and we're having exactly the same issue here, today. qlickTicket is issued, i see as much in the logs, but the gateway never continues after that.
Issue resides at url dinamic redirection. Juniper support says that they can't mannage the redirection between the Hub URL and authentication URL, they need static url. I can't tell if this is a final statement or if it's just out of support scope, since I'm not a juniper expert. they didin't provide an alternative solution.
Finally, customer made available a VPN access for the users.
If you have a resolution for Juniper, I'll appreciate any comment.
I do think that the whole redirection loop actually works, as i see in all my traces that a qlickTicket is generated together with a 302 to the old destination, then the Pulse gateway issues a GET request with the qlickTicket code appended and gets a 200 OK with a Set-Cookie header and a X-Qlik-Session cookie. But the qlik server stops after sending the headers and never finishes the http response 😞 When doing the same request with a browser and not via the Pulse gateway, the whole thing looks almost the same, just that the server continues sending data.
Hello, I'm trying to set up a Nginx reverse proxy on a qlik sense server. The reverse proxy redirects to the authentication page (form) and after authentication to the hub but I have an error in Qlik Sense following the failed WebSocket handshake.
I use the same config that was posted by Johannes Sunden in this topic and my reverse proxy listen on the port 3000.