Externally, we want users to be able to connect to it via an external domain name of: jobs.fahc.org or jobs.fahc.fletcherallen.org. Both of these names are in extenal DNS and resolve to a dedicated IP on our ISA 2004 EE server for the jobs hostname.
The ISA Server is running dual-nics (one external, one internal). jobs.fahc.org (and jobs.fahc.fletcherallen.org) have a dedicated IP address of 220.127.116.11. A listener has been created just for this domain name/IP address, on port 80. No user authentication required, so it's been left at Integrated.
Here are the other params of the Web Publishing Rule I'm using: Action: Allow From: Anywhere To: fahc63.fahc.fletcherallen.org Forward the original host header [CHECKED] Requests appear to come from the ISA Server Computer [SELECTED] Traffic: HTTP Public Name: jobs.fahc.org, jobs.fahc.fletcherallen.org Paths: External path: <same as internal> Internal Path: /* Bridging: Web Server - redirect requests to HTTP port: 10100 Users: All Users Schedule: Always Link Translation: Replace absolute links in web pages [CHECKED] Content Types: HTML Documents, Images
It seems to me as if there is one MINOR thing that is not configured on Web Publishing Rule -- but it's killing me trying to find it.
A Hardesty Fletcher Allen Health Care Burlington, VT