So I am about to embark on getting MeetingPlace with WebEx integratation with single sign on.
Does the WebEx site need direct access to my MeetingPlace application server? If it does, do I need to stick it in the DMZ? Does anyone use any other solutions?
I've always thought MP has never really been designed/hardened to be sitting in a DMZ, but the WebEx SSO configuration seems to require the FQDN to MeetingPlace and the SSO configuration section has login URLs to it.
There is a secure link (TSP) between the WebEx cloud and the MP Application Server that provides for this connection. There is no need to have your Application Server in the DMZ as it works properly with MP behind the corporate firewall. The only issue is most proxies are not supported though I have not found this to be a problem. To log into WebEx as a user the user is automatically redirected to the Application Server sign-on screen. This requires the user to be on the corporate network. The sign-on is only required when scheduling or join a meeting as the host.
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