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New ISP Implications - 18.May2001 1:53:00 PM   


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What are the implications of changing our ISP & using a new external IP address.
I'm having problems with two website I publish from our LAN, I've change the
external configuration of the server publishing rule to use the new IP. when I
type the URL in a web brouser it tells me the page is under constuction.

I'm also getting the following in the event log:

Web Proxy service failed to bind its socket to 195.1xx.2xx.x port 80. This could
be caused by another service that is already using the same port or by a network
interface card that is not functional. The error code specified in the Data area
of the event properties indicates the cause of the failure. For more information
about this event, see ISA Server Help.

I've changed the incoming web requests to listen on the new IP address and
changed the external IP addresses on the sever publishing. Is there anything
else I can change or would you recommend a rebuild.


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RE: New ISP Implications - 28.May2001 4:09:00 PM   


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Joined: 10.Jan.2001
From: Texas
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Hi Jim,

I don't know what to tell you about the present problem, but here's some advice regarding how to approach changing IP addresses on dedicated connections.

1. Before changing IP addresses or adding IP addresses on the external interface, stop all ISA services.

2. Close the ISA Management Console.

3. Disable the external adapter

4. Add or change the IP addresses on the external interface.

5. Enable the adapter

6. Open the ISA Management console and reconfigure your listeners and publishing rules.

7. Restart the ISA Services.


Tom Shinder

Get It Here

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