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xloveusa -> Dynamic dns firewall rules (3.Aug.2007 7:24:26 PM)

I have a client using a cable modem and I need them to connect to my isa server to be able to proxy using IE. I made a domain name set using the dynamic dns client name. Problem is I see no way to make a firewall rule using it. It always wants an ip address. Is there anyway to do this?

tshinder -> RE: Dynamic dns firewall rules (9.Aug.2007 10:04:08 AM)

You can publish your Web listener. There's an article I did on this subject somewhere on this site.


xloveusa -> RE: Dynamic dns firewall rules (9.Aug.2007 10:42:03 AM)

I've loked everywhere and cannot find it.

tshinder -> RE: Dynamic dns firewall rules (12.Aug.2007 11:09:00 AM)


xloveusa -> RE: Dynamic dns firewall rules (18.Aug.2007 5:45:44 PM)

Thanks it worked. Let me throw another sceario at you. I need high level advise and you seem to be the only one who knows how to use this thing!

I am using this proxy to filter internet content with a single Nic scenario. I am using basic auth right now because I need to be platform independent. But it keeps prompting users for credentials. I want to use a SSO platform (currently working on using Cosign) that I can display a web page and login users with a cookie that keeps them authenticated for a period of time.

How can I configure ISA to redirect the users to this web page to login? Does ISA SSO function allow this to work? This is for Internet not domain related.

Ideally, they would configure their browser proxy setting to use port 8080. They would go online and automatically be redirected to the login site. They would login and remain authenticated.

I see under web listeners a place to make a listerner and tell it to use a login page. Problem is I don't know how to configure it or if it is even the right way to go. Thanks

tshinder -> RE: Dynamic dns firewall rules (20.Aug.2007 9:02:08 AM)




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