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mkbaisla_1999 -> Publishing external servers in ISA Server for internal applicaiton servers (24.Oct.2007 4:38:07 PM)

Hello Everyone,

I need to provide some step-by-step documents for one of my clients to fulfill the following scenario (in client's own words):

ISA 2004 server sits between (2) other firewalls, a Cisco ASA (internal side) and a FortiGate (external side). The ISA 2004 server is currently only being used as a Web Proxy.  All users currently connect via default port (8080) for outbound Internet access.
There are (2) internal (LAN) application servers that need to send traffic over custom ports (6251 / 6252) which ISA will translate and redirect to the appropriate URL over another custom port (6250).
1) Server A/B sends traffic on port 6251
2) ISA 2004 is listening on Internal interface for 6251
a. ISA 2004 translates the request and redirects to https://ex1.test.com but on port 6250 (not 80)
3) Server A/B sends traffic on port 6252
4) ISA 2004 is listening on Internal interface for 6252
a. ISA 2004 translates the request and forwards to https://ex2.test.com but on port 6250 (not 80)
Please let me know if this is possible w/ ISA 2004 and/or ISA 2006.
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I would greatly appreciate it if somebody can provide me any step-by-step document or any other hint

Many Thanks




AHIT -> RE: Publishing external servers in ISA Server for internal applicaiton servers (25.Oct.2007 8:35:19 AM)

errrr.. what... the ...h3ll!????

First up, you'd be better off posting this in the ISA2004 sub-forums rather than ISA2000 - they do behave slightly differrenty with soem differetn feature sets.

Secondly, I know at least for me, it would be far easier if the 'apps' were actually listed cause its sometimes hard to visualise 'generic examples'.... unless of course they're internally developed apps.

Best 'o luck with it.





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