SPOTLIGHT: Using IIS and Application Request Routing (ARR) to provide a reverse proxy for Exchange hybrid


Greetings SAB members!

For those of you who do not subscribe to the Exchange Team Blog, I wanted to point out a very interesting new solution that was recently published. This solution uses Internet Information Services (IIS) and Application Request Routing (ARR) to provide a reverse proxy for an Exchange hybrid deployment. IIS with ARR is replacing the role of Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010.

Here is the diagram:

 

The key components of this solution are:

  • Exchange Server 2013
  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
  • IIS with ARR
  • Exchange Online in Office 365

The blog post with the details is here: Part 4: IIS ARR as a Reverse Proxy and Load balancing solution for O365 Exchange Online in a Hybrid Configuration

Take a look!

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Joe Davies
Senior Content Developer
Office Solutions Content Team

 

P.S. SPOTLIGHT articles are a type of post in this blog that focus on an existing multi-product or service solution. SPOTLIGHT articles provide an overview of the solution, links to the details, and a chance for you to comment on the overall solution and the effectiveness of the solution content. More to come!

 

Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is ISS ARR is a a recommended alternative to be used for Lync Server?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Is ISS ARR is a a recommended alternative to be used for Lync Server?

  3. That’s Great. I have several customers who has ISA s asking the same problem. I couldn’t recommend IIS ARR since i was under the impression that it’s not yet recognised as “Supported” even though it works just fine.

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