FpcPublishedServerType Enumeration

The FpcPublishedServerType enumerated type contains values that specify how requests are to be forwarded to the published Web server.

Syntax

typedef enum FpcPublishedServerType {
  fpcWebServerThruHTTP
fpcWebServerThruHTTP

Incoming HTTP and HTTPS requests are to be forwarded to the HTTP port on the published Web server using the HTTP protocol.

			 = 0,
  fpcWebServerThruSSL
fpcWebServerThruSSL

Incoming HTTP and HTTPS requests are to be forwarded over a secure channel to the SSL port on the published Web server using the HTTPS protocol.

			= 1,
  fpcWebServerThruBothHTTPAndSSL
fpcWebServerThruBothHTTPAndSSL

Incoming HTTP requests are to be forwarded to the HTTP port on the published Web server using the HTTP protocol, and HTTPS requests are to be forwarded over a secure channel to the SSL port on the published Web server using the HTTPS protocol.

   = 2,
  fpcFTPServer
fpcFTPServer

Incoming FTP requests are to be forwarded to the FTP port on the published Web server using the FTP protocol.

					 = 3
} FpcPublishedServerType;

Constants

fpcWebServerThruHTTP

Incoming HTTP and HTTPS requests are to be forwarded to the HTTP port on the published Web server using the HTTP protocol.

fpcWebServerThruSSL

Incoming HTTP and HTTPS requests are to be forwarded over a secure channel to the SSL port on the published Web server using the HTTPS protocol.

fpcWebServerThruBothHTTPAndSSL

Incoming HTTP requests are to be forwarded to the HTTP port on the published Web server using the HTTP protocol, and HTTPS requests are to be forwarded over a secure channel to the SSL port on the published Web server using the HTTPS protocol.

fpcFTPServer

Incoming FTP requests are to be forwarded to the FTP port on the published Web server using the FTP protocol.

Requirements

Client Requires Windows Vista or Windows XP.
Server Requires Windows Server 2008.
Version Requires Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG).
Header

Declared in Comenum.h.

See Also

Enumerated Types


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