3 comments on “House Update: How to get Apple Push Notifications to work behind multiple firewalls and a proxy

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  2. When sending a message out to APNs from within firewalls, do you have to address the message to the proxy? we have a proxy in the DMZ.

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    • Hey Sid,
      I haven’t really had anything to do with this in a while (it’s a fairly old article), and I’m not sure I totally understand your question. However I don’t think you should need to address APN messages to the proxy. The proxy itself should be handling addressing and redirection.

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