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Very simple question :-) - 28.Sep.2006 5:54:46 PM   
capa

 

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Hello All,
Do I always need to create a Network rule to route traffic from the external network to internal if I am publishing an internal server (e.g. IIS web site)?
Or is it sufficient to have a web listener that listens on the external NIC?

Please please pleeease Help!

-Cham
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RE: Very simple question :-) - 28.Sep.2006 7:47:36 PM   
spouseele

 

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Hi Cham,

if two networks need to talk to each other, then you must have a network rule who defines the relationship between them (Route or NAT). When no relationship is configured between networks, then ISA Server drops all traffic between the two networks.

HTH,
Stefaan

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