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Destinations

  1. Click Connections in the “Resources” menu. The table shows the connections you have already created.
  2. To add specific destinations, click on of the corresponding connection.
  3. Enter a “destination name”. This could be the name of the host server, such as “Azure Windows Server” or “SAP Server”. This target name is used in other menus to identify the host server.
  4. Next, make the appropriate settings for your connection type:
    • Via open IP
      Please enter the public static IP address or public DNS name of the host server, such as “24.134.109” or “srv4.hosts.contoso.com”, in the “Host Name” field.
      Notice: Private DNS name or the internal host name are not supported here. You can use DDNS services for the “Public DNS Name”, such as “srv4.contoso.dyndns.org”.
    • Via VPN IPsec
      Enter the internal IP address (e.g. 10.10.1.250) of the host server in the “Host name” field.
  5. Under “Port”, enter the corresponding port for the desired type of connection, e.g. for RDP: port 3389, for VNC: port 5900, for Telnet: Port 21 or for SSH: Port 22. These specifications may differ depending on the configuration of the target systems.
  6. Use  to add or to remove destinations. You end this step by clicking Save.
  7. By clicking , in the line of the corresponding connection, you download the PDF with information for your firewall settings.
  8. Allow access through the public IP of oneclick™ in your firewall by using the information in the PDF. Refer to your firewall vendor’s documentation for this step.
  9. Afterwards, you can give a user or yourself access to the destinations in the connection by configuring and assigning apps.

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