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EEOD > EES Communication what port is this? TCP
It's a windows file share - you should not really split these two up - doing so drops the performance by around 50%
EES > EEOD what port is this? TCP
same as above, don't split them.
EES > EEPC 5556 TCP
this does not exist - you're thinking of EEM>EEPC here. The server never initiates a connection.
EEPC > EES 5555 TCP
EEM > EES/EEOD (does the management console talk to the EEOD or the EES?) what port is this? TCP
It can talk to either, to the EES it acts like a client so 5555, or file share (not advised)
WHD > EES/EEOD (does the WebHelpDesk talk to the EEOD or the EES?) what port is this? TCP
whd can only talk file shares to the EEOD. Again, don't split them if possible.
SD > WHD 443 TCP
Or SSL, as you probably realized.
In the installation scenario thread I posted I mentioned NATd sites where I thought We'd need to install an EES to let those NAT'd clients talk back to our EOD. Are you saying the EES can only talk to the EOD through the file system on a \\ipaddressofourEEODserver\SBADATA$\ share for example?
If we had 30 remote EES nothing would ever get done with the files being locked :eek:
yup. ees talks directly to the data - it's the presentation layer.
if you had 30 ees, nothing would get done as your file share would die - it would be a foolish architecture indeed.
the EES/ODB traffic is 20x the EEPC/EES traffic, so it's ALWAYS better to have the ees/odb on the same box and have as few EES as possible, at the most two (one primary, one backup).
In your previous thread you didnt really say that you were going to put an ees in each school - I thought you were going to host it centrally and have everyone coming over the wan/internet?
anyway no, you don't want an ees in every school - you want one running on the same box which is hosting the data.
Yes will do that for most schools but there a few who have their own internal range 172/192 etc where I thought we'd have to install an EES on the school ISA server to facilitate communication between the clients and our EEOD
Thanks for your idea, it is very interesting :D
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I hope you can find a way around that, as it will pull the performance down and open you up to a lot of security risks. Sending netBIOS over the internet is never good.
Most people would use a public-facing ip address for their EES, and route that through the hosting firewall. It's only one port and encrypted so there's minimal risk.
I thought you were going to host it centrally and have everyone coming over the wan/internet?