Hi, new to spark and wildfire. What I would like to know is I can use spark to connect to the wildfire server that is located behind the firewall on our network from home.
Wildfire server has a private IP of say 10.1.1.20
Firwall has a public IP attatched to 1 nic and a private IP for the lan.
Right now I have a firewall rule that port forwards any source IP with the dest port of 5222, 5223 to a dest IP and port of 10.1.1.20 port 5222 and 5223.
Example -> Anything that comes to the public IP from the outside world with that port number should get redirected to the internal wildfire server and port number.
I have tried many combinations using spark. Here are some examples.
I am using LDAP btw.
username: john.doe, email@example.com, mydomain\john.doe
password: just my AD password
server: public IP, servername.mydomain.com
I can login while i’‘m on the network here in the office no problem. I just use “john.doe” and servername and i’'m in.
I have only 1 person that should ever need to communicate using a messenger that is outside of our network. I know I can have them connect using a vpn, but I would like to see if connecting with spark only is possible first.