Scenario 1: Route traffic to specific servers or domains through BlackBerry Proxy
This configuration is appropriate for scenarios where some internal app servers must be accessible to
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps, but general traffic to public servers can remain direct.
For example, you can route connections directly to public sites like google.com and microsoft.com, but require internal routing through the
BlackBerry Proxyto access internal
Microsoft Exchange Servers and
This configuration assumes that a web proxy server connection to the Internet is not required, either because no Internet-based servers will ever be routed through the
BlackBerry Proxyserver or because the
BlackBerry Proxyserver itself has direct access to the Internet without requiring a web proxy server connection.
BlackBerry Dynamicsconnectivity profile
- Set theDefault allowed domain route typetoDirect.
- UnderAllowed domains, add the internal domains that you want to route through theBlackBerry Proxyand select aBlackBerry Proxycluster.
- (Optional) Add specific server names underAdditional serversand select aBlackBerry Proxycluster. This is required only if the servers are not already covered by theAllowed domainsrules.
See BlackBerry Dynamics connectivity profile settings for more information about how the rules in the connectivity profile are used.
BlackBerry Proxyserver web proxy server
No web proxy server configuration is necessary.
If your organization has special requirements to access the internet from internal servers, or requires all traffic to be routed through a web proxy server, see the configuration examples below that include proxy configurations.
App-specific web proxy server
No app-specific web proxy server configurations are necessary.