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Traffic forwarding - 22.Nov.2006 7:56:59 AM   


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I'm not sure if this question makes sense but I'm gonna ask it anyway.

I just recently discovered that I can force people to put the proxy address and port into their/app or else they would get no Internet. And then I also discovered socks4 so other apps like some messaging and ftp clients can get Internet access in a more controlled environment. I've told clients to take out their gateways but if they figure they can put it back and get unlimited access to the Internet, that could be a problem and so, question concerns apps that do not need the http and socks4 proxy and can connect straight to the ISA 2004 gateway. Is there a way to force users to send all apps through the proxy or socks4 port?

I would think that blocking all ports and just forwarding those that you want to get access should be able to be done on the ISA firewall. But I'm not sure if that will work or how to do that.

Any thoughts?

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