This diagram is divided into the following four sections, from top to bottom.
Public: This represents external access to Oracle Collaboration Suite and includes the following characteristics:
Public IP addresses are shown to external users.
Users can connect through a NAT layer using HTTP, HTTPS or SMTP. Oracle Real-Time Collaboration connects through a proprietary protocol.
DMZ: The demilitarized zone between the outside world and Oracle Collaboration Suite; includes:
Two Reverse Proxy servers using ports 80 and 443.
Two SMTP relay servers using port 25.
Two load balancers handling traffic on ports 80 and 443.
Tunneled Web Conferencing traffic to the Applications tier.
Internal: The internal network, including the following tiers, each residing on their own server:
Two Applications tier computers (ocs.acme.com), using IP 10.10.10.1, and IP 10.10.10.2, IP.
Two Applications tiers computers (sso.acme.com), using 10.10.10.3, and IP 10.10.10.4.
Two Infrastructure tier computers.
Organization Network: Supports all connection protocols to the Applications tier.