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How to set my ISA properly - 18.Apr.2006 7:35:25 PM   


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HI there.
I have a the following scenario:
On my internal lan i have a SBS 2000 with ISA 2000 in integrated mode (only one NIC) wich is connected to a switch and a ADSL router to the internet. I want to set up a DMZ where i want to publish a Web Server, but that web server has to establish a connection to my internal SQL Server (TCP port 1433) which is part of the SBS box.
I have installed a new Isa Server 2004 with 3 NICS and a new xDsl connection and i have two pools of ip public addresses. I have set the 3 leg perimeter network template.
What i want to do is to allow access from external network and from internal network to the Web Server on the DMZ. Ok no problem the 3 leg perimeter network template does that very easy.
The problem is that i need my Web Server in the DMZ to access my SQL Server on the internal network on TCP port 1433 and i canīt seem to acomplish that rule.
Do i have to publish my SQL Server. How do i do that? Where do i create the rule? In the perimeter firewall or in the internal ISA Server

Thanks in advance

Best regards
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