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Web Publishing & Non Standard port - 9.Apr.2004 3:53:00 PM   
zzz343

 

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Hi,
Here is my setup.

ISA Server connected to internet with FIX ip. No Active Directory installed. acting as a standalone server. Also Working as a web server & mail server (merak mail server). both mail server n web site is working from local lan and internet without anyproblem.

mail server includes a web base mail package (like exhcaange OWA) but it is published on alternate port like i have to access it http://sitename:4444/mail. this is working inside the LAN, but when i try to access this site from internet , error comes "10060- CONNECTION TIME OUT". BE aware that the main site is working fine I have created a filter for tcp in port 80 on local fix port and working fine, but this specifci 4444 port address is not working from internet.

What is the problem and solution?
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RE: Web Publishing & Non Standard port - 13.Apr.2004 4:19:00 AM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Syed,

Are you using a Web or Server Publishing Rule?

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: Web Publishing & Non Standard port - 13.Apr.2004 10:23:00 AM   
zzz343

 

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No i m not using a web or server publishing rule.
web site and mail server are published on ISA SERVER machine which is connect to net with fix ip address.
main web site and mail server are working fine form lan and internet, but this mydomain.org:4444/mail site is not working.
I have also opened a tcp in 444 port in prtcl definition. I also created packet filter for tcp in 4444 on local fix port. but no use [Frown]

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RE: Web Publishing & Non Standard port - 13.Apr.2004 11:07:00 AM   
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Hi Jahanzaib,

Have you checked to see whether your webmail package is listening on port 4444 on the external (internet) interface?

Since you're running it on the ISA box, a packet filter to allow incoming connections on tcp 4444 should be enough. You don't need a protocol definition for that. I have a hunch your webmail package is listening only on the internal interface which is why it is accessible from the internal hosts and inaccessible from the internet. Try telnetting to your server on 4444 from the Internet and see what happens.

If you have trouble finding whether it is listening on the external interface or not, there is another simple solution. Create a custom protocol definition for your webmail package and then configure a Server Publishing Rule that redirects requests coming on the external interface to the server's internal interface. That should rid you the problem in no time. I hope that helps.

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