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TMG rule to access Bomgar - 30.Nov.2010 9:40:45 AM   
duncan320

 

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Hi im using TMG 2010.
Trying to setup a connection to our Bomgar server, the web site works ok with HTTP/HTTPS via the standard rule, but once you connect to Bomgar, you then click a operator to connect to and it does this on port 8200 and then fails.  I have tried to create a seperate access rule for thi sport but it still fails.  Am i missing something ? In the log sin TMG it says port 8200 is been blocked by the default rule (which is correct) but why does it not go via my created rule ?
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RE: TMG rule to access Bomgar - 30.Nov.2010 10:59:13 AM   
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Hi,

The attempted connection doesn't match the criteria configured in your rule. Where is this application, behind TMG on your network or on the Internet?

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Ian

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RE: TMG rule to access Bomgar - 30.Nov.2010 11:03:54 AM   
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The Bomgar server is on the internal LAN, on the same network as some of the IIS servers are.  I created a web site publish rule, and the Bomgar system loads ok on http/https from external but after that when you connect to a bomgar operator it uses this port 8200 and thats where i am stuck, as its obviously been blocked.  I have tried creating a port rule for this but no luck.  Any ideas ?

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RE: TMG rule to access Bomgar - 30.Nov.2010 12:24:16 PM   
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Is your new rule a Web site publishing rule? I.E. With HTTP port 8200 configured on the bridging tab? Also, check the URL used for the Operators link. If the link is an internal one (e.g. \\server), you will also need to set up link translation.

Ian

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RE: TMG rule to access Bomgar - 1.Dec.2010 6:09:05 AM   
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Hi, the other rule was just a port rule for 8200, will give that a go, i would still need the standard http/https rule as well.  The link that uses port 8200 is internal also just uses that port 8200 so its just a matter of getting thi sport to work (somehow)
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RE: TMG rule to access Bomgar - 1.Dec.2010 1:23:39 PM   
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Hi,

if the site link is using HTTPS protocol, you should allow that port to tunnel inside HTTPS.

Check this: http://www.isatools.org/tools/isa_tpr.js

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Paulo Oliveira.

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