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WebSphere Portal vs Lotus Domino

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Hi friends,
I have configured the WebSphere Portal V5.0 (that resides into the trusted network) to be
accessed over the internet through IBM HTTP Server plugin that resides on the DMZ).
Over the internet i've got access to the intenal portal and could get authentication to internal
Domino Directory (that resides into the trusted network too).
I'm trying access Domino apps/mail/inotes (that resides into the trusted network too) using the
inotes and webpage portlets.
The point is: these portlets behavior means that it only hits de corresponding HTTP URL to apps
and mail. So how can i access the following url over the internet ?
It's an invalid internet URL !
Should i use any reverse proxy ?
Does WebSphere Portal have this feature ?
Thanks in advance.
Ronaldo Soledade
IBM Certified Associate Developer - WebSphere Studio, V5.0
IBM Certified Lotus Professional - CLP, R6 - R5
Sao Paulo - Brazil
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