Gateways

Create gateways that can be deployed to provide secure access to private applications.

Updated over a week ago

Welcome to the ZeroGate Gateways help page. Here you can create and view gateways that can be deployed behind your cloud or on-premise infrastructure to provide secure access to private applications.

Creating a Gateway

To create a gateway, navigate to the Gateways section in your ZeroGate account and click on the "New Gateway" button. Follow the prompts to configure your gateway settings, such as the gateway name, description, and installation method.

The installation method can be found on the gateway details page.


Installation Methods

We provide various installation methods for our gateways to make the deployment process as easy as possible for our customers. Some of the installation methods available include:

  • Docker Image: If you prefer to use Docker, we provide a Docker image that you can deploy on your infrastructure.

  • Manual Installation: If you prefer to install the gateway manually, you can download the gateway binary and install it on your server.


Gateway Deployment

Once you have created your gateway and selected an installation method, you can deploy it on your infrastructure.

The deployment process will depend on the installation method you have chosen. Once the gateway is deployed, you can configure it to provide secure access to your private applications.


ZeroGate Gateway

Rather than creating and installing a gateway on your network, you are free to use the ZeroGate gateway to access publicly exposed applications.

Configure your firewall to allow inbound/outbound traffic from our gateway IP addresses mentioned below.

Overall, the ZeroGate Gateways feature allows you to securely access your private applications from behind your firewall. We provide various installation methods to make the deployment process as easy as possible for our customers.

If you have any questions or need further assistance with ZeroGate Gateways, please contact our support team.

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