I have a small Telepresence solution all set but still a little problem.
The Movi client works internally when I connect it to the VCS-Control and is able to talk to other endpoints.
The problem is when trying to connect the Movi client from the Internet to the VCS-Expressway (has a public IP).
Traffic gets to the VCS, but I don't see where to authenticate the Movi (locally or against LDAP).
In other words, the Movi client registers succesfully against the VCS-Control internally, but won't register against the VCS-Expressway from the outside (and is not a connectivity or filtering problem). I don't see how the VCS-Expressway is supposed to authenticate the Movi credentials.
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