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Thread: Front-end Back-end Zimbra installation

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    Exclamation Front-end Back-end Zimbra installation

    I'm in the planning stages of my ZCS installation.
    This is the configuration I would like to achive:

    Zimbra (IMAP,POP,WEB, MTA) Proxy ---> Firewall ---> Zimbra Server

    Zimbra Proxy will sit on a public subnet 169.1.2.3
    Zimbra Server will sit on a private subnet 10.1.2.3

    The idea is for users inside and outside the network to be able to pop or imap to their mailboxes.

    Moreover, for both, the front-end proxy and the back-end Zimbra server, I will like to configure each on a 2 node RedHat Cluster for high availability.
    So there will be a 2 node cluster for the proxy and another 2 node cluster on the backend for the zimbra server.

    Could you point me to documentation I could read to achieve this?
    Or if you can reply with some ideas on how to do this, that would be great too :-)

    Thanks in advance for any help on this.

    J

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    You should just be able to forward the ports at your firewall, and use Split DNS. Search the wiki on those terms.

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    Also, clusters are only supported with the Network Edition.

    You can have multi-server installs with ldap and mta on different boxes.

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