- Ensure connectivity between JetProxy and JetPatch server using telnet over port 443.
- Ensure firewall settings allowing connection on the JetProxy over port 443/HTTPS.
Configure Proxy for JetPatch server using nginx.
a. Create the following file:
b. Copy the following in the file, and save it:
yum install nginx
d. When NGINX installation is complete, delete the following file:
JetProxy Application Configuration
Download the attached shell script according to the operating system you are using:
intigua-gw-setup-script-rhel.sh = for RHEL / CentOS machines (5/6/7)
intigua-gw-setup-script-ubuntu.sh = for Ubuntu machines
Execute using sudoer privilege. Example command line (change IP address to the JetPatch server):
#For RHEL machines
#For Ubuntu machines
If NGINIX does not start, run the following:
systemctl stop nginx
systemctl start nginx
Creating a JetProxy Management Service
The default, the built-in management service for the JetPatch connector is not aware of the JetProxy address. Thus, you will need to create a new one for the endpoints that will be using the JetProxy address as their primary URL.
This is also important for connector upgrades.
In high scale environments (>500 Endpoints) the following steps are required:
- Append/modify fs.file-max = 70000 to /etc/sysctl.conf file
- Add/modify the following lines in /etc/security/limits.conf
- nginx soft nofile 10000
- nginx hard nofile 30000
- Reload changes by sysctl -p
- In the top of the nginx.conf file (may be located in /etc/nginx/nginx.conf) add worker_rlimit_nofile 30000 like:
- change worker_connections to 30000 (nginx.conf)
- Reload changes - nginx -t && nginx -s reload
- ulimit -Hn
- ulimit -Sn
The above steps (for scale environments) should also be performed if:
Validate JetProxy Is Working
To check if the JetProxy is working, just open a browser application (Chrome, Safari) and try to reach
You should redirect to the JetPatch login screen.
Note - it this is not happening, check for firewall rules configuration on the JetProxy to enable incoming https communication.