We have started to monitor servers owned by customers of ours. We do this using an satellite on their server. This is allowed via our firewall by allowing access to port 81 on our servers IP. Unfortunately this also allows this customer to view the PA monitor for all servers we monitor via a browser just by entering https://<serverip>:81/. How to we allow the satellite to connect on this port but disallow a browser to do the same? We still want browser access from our own workstations which we allow via firewall rules.

asked 01 Dec '16, 17:13

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Hi Allistar,

Good question. You can setup a login for your customer and employees, and then filter what they can view. Here are some links that will help you with that.

Controlling Remote Access

Access Control

Once you have the above setup and ready to go you can then require uses to login. Report Settings

However, if you just want to lock down that access so they can't view those reports. HTTP (Web Server) Configuration

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Quinn

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answered 01 Dec '16, 17:46

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