SAP Web Dispatcher as reverse proxy for SMP3

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As of SMP3 SP07 you can use SAP Web Dispatcher as a reverse proxy for SMP3. Depending on your landscape, this simplifies A LOT your architecture. And you can reuse your WD knowledge and gain support from SAP. Installing the WD is done as usual, with one caveat: you have to inform the commonlib which TLS to use:

ssl/ciphersuites = 896:HIGH

ssl/client_ciphersuites =896:HIGH

With this, WD can connect to SMP3 using TLS. While this may look strange, it actually is necessary as SMP3 uses some high TLS security.

To understand better what these two parameters do, take a look at the Commonlib + WD SAP Note: 510007

A complete sample profile from a WD running on Windows







Autostart = 1

Restart_Program_00 = local $(DIR_EXECUTABLE)/sapwebdisp$(FT_EXE) pf=$(DIR_PROFILE)/sapwebdisp.pfl


wdisp/system_0 = SID=SMP, SSL_ENCRYPT=0, EXTSRV=, SRCSRV=*:9080, SRCURL=/, STICKY=true

wdisp/system_1 = SID=SEC, SSL_ENCRYPT=1, EXTSRV=, SRCSRV=*:9081, SRCURL=/, STICKY=true

wdisp/system_1 = SID=SEC, SSL_ENCRYPT=1, EXTSRV=, SRCSRV=*:9082, SRCURL=/, STICKY=true

icm/server_port_0 = PROT=HTTP,PORT=9080

icm/server_port_1 = PROT=HTTPS,PORT=9081

icm/server_port_2 = PROT=HTTPS,PORT=9082,VCLIENT=2

ssl/ciphersuites = 896:HIGH

ssl/client_ciphersuites =896:HIGH

icm/max_conn = 2000

icm/max_sockets = ($(icm/max_conn) * 2)

icm/req_queue_len = 6000

icm/min_threads = 10

icm/max_threads = 500

mpi/total_size_MB = (min(0.06 * $(icm/max_conn) + 50, 2000))

mpi/max_pipes = ($(icm/max_conn))

wdisp/HTTP/max_pooled_con = ($(icm/max_conn))

wdisp/HTTPS/max_pooled_con = ($(icm/max_conn))

icm/server_port_3 = PROT=HTTPS,PORT=4300

icm/HTTP/admin_0 = PREFIX=/sap/wdisp/admin,PORT=4300,DOCROOT=./admin,AUTHFILE=icmauth.txt

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