Using custom host name in public links
By default public links
are created using the public IP address of your network. A typical URL for public link may look like:
If you are running SynaMan on a machine that has a permanent host name, you might want to configure it to generate a link containing this host name rather than your public IP address.
There are two ways to modify this URL:
Method 1 - using the discovery wizard
When you use the discovery wizard
, SynaMan automatically uses the host name for discovery. For example, if you use myoffice
as the discovery name, the URL for public link becomes:
When a user on the Internet clicks on this URL, the request comes to our server, which then redirects the browser to your machine. Once this URL redirection is complete, our server no longer remains in the middle.
Method 2 - modifying configuration file
This method requires modifying a configuration file in SynaMan. Following steps demonstrate how to accomplish this task.