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Access Configuration - 30.Nov.2006 10:09:39 AM   
Hedied4u

 

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Just a little help,

I am having trouble trying determine how to allow access for HTTPS protocol through the ISA firewall. Currently I have Content Server Switch (11503) from Cisco sending service request continually to the external ISA ip address. Both the Cisco Switch possess an 10.x.x.x addess and the ISA server 10.x.x.x.  The isa server logs indicate that service 80 is allowed while 443 is failing at the address. Does the fact that protocol https is designed for outbound activity as opposed to the Protocol https server is configured as an inbound entry affect how ISA server responds to a protocol request? All I am trying to do is to get the ISA server configured correctly to publish an OWA server?  Please assist
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RE: Access Configuration - 7.Dec.2006 7:45:25 PM   
tshinder

 

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What is the Cisco device doing in this scenario?

You should be terminating the SSL connections at the ISA Firewall, not any device in front of it.

HTH,
Tom

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