I have a remote site where agents will be using a Citix thin client PC with to login to FInesse.
For this site they will use a NAT IP to login to Finesse - so my Finesse server will be behind a NAT IP.
Is this supposted - I suppose it should as it's just HTTP / HTTPS communication. However the SRND says:
When Cisco Finesse is deployed in a network environment where two or more disjointed networks are interconnected using NAT, the Finesse clients and Finesse servers must all be located on the same network
What do they mean by Client and Server being on the same network please?
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