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Status Shipped
Workspace Nomad
Categories Nomad (Web)
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 12, 2020

Lower the barrier of entry for Nomad Web Proxy

The announcement for Nomad Web Proxy that will allow access via HTTPS (443) for Nomad Client / Nomad Web is a very good news. However this additional component present another barrier of entry :

  • What is the cost of this component ? I think the announcement mentioned available for all active subscription, hopefully with no additional cost.

  • What is the version requirement for this ? I think the announcement does not mention Domino v11 as pre-requisite, which is a very good news.

  • How easy to install this ? Hopefully as easy as Domino / Traveler.

  • Where to install this ? Hopefully this does not require a separate machine / VM. Please allow for installation in the same machine / VM as Domino Application Server.

Tinus Riyanto - Prisma Global Solusi

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  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel
    Dec 7, 2022

    We have just shipped Nomad Web 1.0.5 for Domino 12.0.2 - declaring this idea as shipped

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel
    Jun 12, 2020

    Nomad Web proxy will be a free of charge entitlement - it will be included in your Notes/Domino licenses.

    Nomad Web proxy is expected to work with backend Domino servers v9.0.x and above.

    You can install on the same machine as your Domino server, however for network segmentation reasons you might want to run it standalone in your DMZ.