1. Product Overview WAProxy is an HTTP(S) reverse proxy for WebADM. While any reverse proxy should be able to fill the role, this one has been already configured by RCDevs to work securely and use all the features WebADM provides to reverse proxies. WAProxy handles basic load balancing, failover, and both server and client certificates with the least possible amount of configuration effort.
Without a WAProxy reverse proxy, WebADM end-user web applications must be accessible from anywhere its users could be: if you use OpenOTP Push Login or TiQR, a user’s phone must be able to access the mobile communication endpoints on your WebADM installation from the internet.
1. Overview This document is a migration guide for RCDevs products between two servers. The installation is not covered by this guide.
2. Requirements You need root access to the old server and the new server. Products you want to migrate should be installed on the new server.
3. RCDevs Products This section covers these products:
WebADM (webadm) Radius Bridge (radiusd) LDAP Bridge (ldproxy) Directory Server (slapd) Publishing Proxy (waproxy) HSMHub Server (hsmhubd) You need to use only the command lines for products installed on your server.
1. Overview This documentation demonstrates ports and protocols used by RCDevs products between different components.
2. Communication Ports used by RCDevs Products 2.1 WebADM ports for versions 1 2.2 WebADM ports for versions 2 3. WebADM Cluster Ports At RCDevs Hardening Guide - 5.5 HA Cluster Firewall Rules is an example of the iptables firewall rules for a high availability cluster with 4 nodes.
4. Incoming and Outgoing Traffic per Product Product Incoming Outgoing WebADM Master (PKI role) & Web Services SSH TCP 22,
1. Overview This guide intends to explain how to install and configure WebADM in docker containers.
The following items will be covered:
Slapd MariaDB WebADM WAProxy 2. Before you start All steps were tested in CentOS 7/CentOS 8 and docker version 19. But it should work in any system running a modern version of docker.
In this guide, I assume you already have a working docker installation. In case you need help to setup a docker environment, you can check the docker website documentation.