The Jamf Push Proxy enables communication between Jamf Pro and devices with Jamf Self Service installed, and between Jamf Pro and personally owned Android devices. Push notifications trigger the following types of communication between Jamf Pro and devices in your environment:
- Sending Notification Center notifications to mobile devices with Jamf Self Service for iOS installed
- Sending Notification Center notifications to computers with Jamf Self Service for macOS installed (Jamf Pro 10.0.0 or later only)
- Requesting management check-ins from personally owned Android devices
The following diagram illustrates the communication between the Jamf Push Proxy and the Apple Push Notification service (APNs), Google Cloud Messaging (GCM), Jamf Pro, and devices in your environment:
Casper Suite v9.4 or later
The JSS requires a valid proxy server token to authenticate to the JAMF Push Proxy.
For more information, see the Casper Suite Administrator's Guide.
The following Knowledge Base article describes the ports used to host communication in the JSS:
Network Ports Used by the Casper Suite