After you have installed DMZ Gateway, created and configured a Profile, and enabled DMZ Gateway in EFT or Mail Express, you can test your configuration by connecting to the server via DMZ Gateway and transferring a few files.
To test your configuration
Suppose your server is at IP address 192.168.174.176 and DMZ Gateway is at IP address 192.168.174.142, and you have configured DMZ Gateway in the server to allow connections over the HTTPS port 443.
Open a browser and in the address bar type https://192.168.174.142 (the IP address of DMZ Gateway), then press ENTER.
You should be prompted to log in. Type the login credentials from a user defined on the server to which you want to connect.
Transfer a few files.
On the Status tab, you should see the numbers increase in the Client Bytes Read, Client Bytes Written, Server Bytes Read, and Server Bytes Written columns. Click Refresh, if necessary. (Note that if you connect to the server's IP address to transfer files, you are not going through the DMZ Gateway and, therefore, will not see any statistics change.)
With EFT, in the folder for the account that you used to log in (e.g., C:\Inetpub\EFTRoot\GSSite\Usr\<username>), you should see the files that you transferred.
With Mail Express, your recipient should receive a link in an email to the files you uploaded to Mail Express.
If you are not able to connect, refer to Troubleshooting DMZ Gateway Communication.