- What is BlackBerry Gateway?
- Architecture: BlackBerry Gateway
- Sign in to BlackBerry Gateway
- Setting up BlackBerry Gateway
- Setting up the BlackBerry Gateway Connector
- Linking to your company directory
- Configure BlackBerry Gateway to synchronize with Azure Active Directory
- Installing the BlackBerry Connectivity Node
- Connect to a Microsoft Active Directory
- Copy directory connection configurations
- Configure BlackBerry Connectivity Node logging
- Configure onboarding and offboarding
- Configure directory synchronization schedules
- Synchronize with your company directory
- Defining your private network
- Using source IP pinning
- Define network services
- Managing users and groups
- Controlling network access
- Configuring threat detection and response settings
- Monitoring BlackBerry Gateway
- Using BlackBerry Gateway on a device
- Legal notice
Configure the firewall
Gateway Connectorruns inside your private network, behind your firewall, and has a private IP address. It connects to the
BlackBerry Gatewaycloud service with HTTPS and UDP, so you must configure the Connector to reach at least those Internet destinations (via NAT).
Gateway Connectormust be able to use DNS to resolve public
BlackBerry GatewayFQDNs to Internet IP addresses. The Connector uses the DNS servers assigned to it by your private network to do this.
For more information about FQDNs, ports, IP address ranges and other firewall requirements, visit support.blackberry.com/community to read article 79017.