If using Dash Enterprise Single Server behind a load balancer, the LB will need to be configured to pass requests to the server.
These instructions assume you are using a Load Balancer (LB) on Amazon Web Services. To configure a different type of load balancer, please consult the documentation for your load balancer.
The following ports must be opened on the LB and the LB target instance:
This port is optional, as all requests are made over HTTPS
Enabling port 80 will allow Dash Enterprise to automatically redirect requests made on HTTP to HTTPS
8800 (Server Manager)
3022 (SSH connections to Dash Enterprise)
You cannot use standard SSH port 22 for this unless you disable SSH on the server, which we do not recommend
Configure listeners on ports 443, 80, and 3022 to point to instance ports 443, 80, and 3022, respectively.
The Dash Enterprise domain name needs to point to the LB DNS name assigned by AWS.
For example, if:
The Dash Enterprise domain name is
The DNS name of your LB assigned by AWS is
Then, you need to set a CNAME as follows: