Is it possible to create a web publishing rule that publishes a website to the Internet but only allows access to the website from certain specific IP addresses on the Internet?
I want to do trhis becuase the web server that is being published is not for public access and needs to be limited to a couple of static IPs on the Internet side of ISA.
I know I can limit access by IP in IIS (and have enabled this) but I cant get ISA to allow certain IPs only to access the website.
I have done this: Created a Network called Office1 with the public static IP of my external network Created a web publising rule that allows traffic fromExternal To Internal IIS box I have created a Network rule to allow traffic from Office1 to Internal, routed not NAT;'d
As soon as I create a Network Office1 all traffic from Office1 gets dropped on a defualt rule.
In the toolbox, create a Computer object with the IP address of the computer you want to allow access to and then on the From tab of the Publishing rule, replace Anywhere or External or whatever is there with the Computer object you just created.
No, normally, you would create a network to allow you to establish either a routed or nat'ed relationship between it and the ISA server. Since the IP Address you are interested in is already contained within the external network, you don't need an additional network.
Additionally, if you think you MAY ever want to grant access to additional IP addresses, use a Computer Set or Address Range object instead.