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Protect Kibana using api gateway

Question asked by Wildcatz on Oct 17, 2018
Latest reply on Oct 17, 2018 by Mark_HE

Hi,

 

I have a kibana (Kibana: Explore, Visualize, Discover Data | Elastic) server. I'm trying to use api gateway to control access to it.

 

Say I have the following,

https://my-api-gate-way.my-company.com/kibana

kibana above is mapped to the internal url of my kibana server kibana.internal.mycompany.com in the gateway.

When the kibana page is displayed in the user's browser, there are additional requests coming out of the browser e.g.

https://my-api-gate-way.my-company.com/bundles/...

https://my-api-gate-way.my-company.com/app/...

https://my-api-gate-way.my-company.com/plugins/...

...

 

Do I have to map bundles, app, plugins, etc. in my gateway to make this work?

Is there an easier way so all the additional requests as part of this session would be allowed automatically?

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