Ben Ari's UAG and IAG Blog

Plenty of useful and fun info on UAG, Microsoft's remote access and reverse-proxy product.

April, 2012

  • What’s the deal with “Public host name”?

    As you may have noticed, some of the application templates in UAG have a setting for a “public host name”…like this: This is known as an “application specific hostname”, or A.S.H for short. You can find this option in the Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010...
  • Java connection problems with tunneled applications

    Guest post by Raúl Moros Peña, a senior UAG consultant from Spain We ran into an issue when publishing IBM HOD via UAG. HOD (Host On-Demand ) is an IBM product to connect to 3270 mainframes. HOD needs no client software because the terminal emulation...
  • What is HAT, and how does it work?

    One of the most important things that UAG does is the host-address translation, also known as HAT. This is visible as a long alpha-numeric string of characters that is part of URLs seen on the client when using UAG. It’s important to understand how this...