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sato89 Regular Visitor
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Login Power BI via network load balancer

Hi everyone.

I have to configure a load balancer to connect my login request and (if login succesfull) my reports' requests between a web-app and my Power BI Server. In particular, I've got a web-app in https protocol and if I use the normal configuration of Power BI Server it returns me a security error because I'm calling an http report address from an https web-app page.
Now, I have a load balancer that connect me to the power bi server in https, but when I login in the Power BI default login form the PBI Server doesn't receive the request. I see with a net-sniffer that there are a lot of calls on the 3306 port, which is different from the one set for the power bi web service (9000 for web service and for report server).
Someone know what kind of calls Power BI do during login phase before return the requested report?
Is the most convenient way to activate https on the power bi server and request the report directly via https address configured on the pbi server? Do I need to generate a certificate in this case?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Best regards.

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eduinz New Member
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Re: Login Power BI via network load balancer

Hello... My friend I have the same problem. Did you solve it? Can you share with me the solution??

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