The remote session host component can route browser-based sessions in a multi-site environment. Using this proxy, you can build distributed environment with centralized authentication and de-centralized session management. Users can initiate sessions closer to the server in a multi-site environment and reduce latency issues.
Before you begin
You have already installed the Sectona Web Access or Remote Session Host component. Refer to the Installation Section for more details.
Ensure the PAM server can communicate with the remote session host as per communication the requirement mentioned in Standard Port Requirement for Installation.
Using Remote Session Host on external node
Navigate to System → Landing & Proxy Server.
Select Add New → Remote Session Host.
Provide a proxy reference name like RSH-SiteName.
- Provide the Hostname and IP Address of the server where the Remote Session Proxy is installed.
Port No: The default port is 10443 unless you have customized it.
IP Segment / Location: If you wish to route all traffic from local machines to target assets with this session proxy, set it to All Asset. You can select specific locations / IP segments to use a specific session proxy.
Instances: Select applicable instances for this proxy configuration.
Log Server: Specify the location of the node where logs generated by accessing through should be stored. The system lists all configured nodes (HA / DR / Remote Sites) to be selected.
Application Node URL: This is auto-filled from the system as "https://%ApplicationNodeHost%:443". The system takes the value from the Hostname field for %ApplicationNodeHost% and thus provides a dynamic Application Node URL.
Availability Check: Enable this option if multiple proxies are configured to access the target asset environment. This enables internal load balancing and reachability checks before the connection is initiated.