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When a connection comes into the DMZ server over SFTP/FTP(es)/HTTP(s)/WebDAV(s), the DMZ server talks to the internal server on an existing connection it already has from the internal server. This communication is over a SSL socket always initiated from the internal to the DMZ. The protocol the DMZ then uses inside this secure connection is HTTP. The internal server then attaches the connection to the first HTTP (not HTTPS) port internally that it finds in its list of ports. So all interaction between DMZ and Internal is the HTTP protocol (inside a SSL connection). The user may be using SFTP to connect to the DMZ, and ask for a directory listing. This then results in the DMZ asking the internal for a dir listing using HTTP, and then its translated and delivered to the SFTP client as a SFTP dir listing. This way all protocols are handled byt the DMZ, and the internal server does everything using one protocol that can handle anything the DMZ needs.
When a connection comes into the DMZ server over SFTP/FTP(es)/HTTP(s)/WebDAV(s), the DMZ server talks to the internal server on an existing connection it already has from the internal server. This communication is over a SSL socket always initiated from the internal to the DMZ. The protocol the DMZ then uses inside this secure connection is HTTP. The internal server then attaches the connection to the first HTTP (not HTTPS) port internally that it finds in its list of ports.
So all interaction between DMZ and Internal is the HTTP protocol (inside a SSL connection). The user may be using SFTP to connect to the DMZ, and ask for a directory listing. This then results in the DMZ asking the internal server for a dir listing using HTTP, and then its translated and delivered to the SFTP client as a SFTP dir listing. This way all protocols are handled by the DMZ, and the internal server does everything using one protocol that can handle everything.
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!No prefs are stored on the DMZ server.
!No users are stored on the DMZ server.
!No user data files are stored on the DMZ server.
!File transfers are streamed through to the Internal server.
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