We have a requirement to allow customers to click on the View Online link in marketing emails to open the content in their browser. We need to expose the Microsite to the internet without compromising prweb and prgateway. We have a multi-node environment, with desiginated "click-through" nodes exposed to the internet for tracking Impressions and Click-throughs. We restrict access on the click-through nodes with a modified web.xml to only allow access to requests with URL pattern /PRHTTPService/*. Can something similar be done for a Microsite? Does the prgateway have to reside on the same node(s) as the Microsite and open to the internet, if so how would we restrict access to the configuration page?
Did we try restricting the traffic on /MS/* pattern?
Regarding prgateway and microsite relation, the microsite works as a IAC gadget and hence the below tag in the microsite html page guides it to the location of prgateway war. I guess one can change that to point to the machine where prgateway is deployed.