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Setting up an SSL Web Services from the DMZ to the Inside

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Setting up an SSL Web Services from the DMZ to the Inside - 29.Jan.2005 11:04:00 PM   
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We are developing an SSL webservice but we don't control our own firewalls, and we've never set up a web service before. It will take weeks before our so called WAN team will open the ports for us. Because of this, I'd like to setup ISA in the DMZ to forward the web service to an internal IIS server...but don't know where to start. Any Assistance would be greatly appreciated. My thinking is to start with ISA in the DMZ and forward the service to a published server? Does this sound reasonable? "[Confused]"
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