My August article for Intranet Journal is out a little late, but it’s called The Same Lotus App Inside, Outside the Firewall. This one was kind of a hard article to write, because it was hard to explain it completely in an easy-to-digest article. Hopefully I did well.
The gist of the article is this: You have a web application, and inside your network, you want Anonymous access to work on your application. But, when someone accesses the same application (and same URL) from the internet, you want them to have to authenticate. You generally cannot have it both ways, but I show you how to do it with some replicas, some non-replicating ACLs, and some DNS/internet site document fun.
Hope it helps some folks out!