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Using TMS to manage external endpoints

Are there any documents or best practices when it comes to using TMS to manage an endpoint that is on the public internet? Looking for things like ports that may need to be open, etc. between TMS (on private LAN) and endpoint (on public network)?                   

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Re: Using TMS to manage external endpoints

Please use the forum search function or google, there are often interesting posts, like this:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2163177

If full management is wanted the TMS should be on a public ip or  port forwarding / reverse proxy shall be used.

If either the TMS or the endpoint is behind a firewall or nat you will loose some functionality.

In general you can live with the endpoint being able to reach tcp/80, tcp/443 (basic management and phonebooks)

and optional udp/162 for traps (most likely only mxp systems).

Check out the generic TMS documentation:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11338/tsd_products_support_series_home.html

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