ISA is setup to send traffic to a uplink proxy before going out on the internet.
Everything is working ok! I can browse the internet from my internal network. I can browse the intenet from my external network (as long as i modify the browsers proxy settings).
On a client machine on the internal interface i can browse to my development website 192.168.7.4 port 80.
On my machine hosting ISA i am unable to connect to this site, however I can ping 192.168.7.4 from my ISA server box but i am unable to telnet through to port 80.
q1) How do i open up the firewall to allow me to do this? q2) My website will eventually be hosted on port :99 how would i go about setting ISA to allow me access to this port
My basic understanding of ISA is slim - i just need a quick dev env setting up. I have just followed the basic tutorial "http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/quickstart.html" and desperately need some pointers to where to go now. I have read the other tutorials but dont know what "key words" relate to me.
"Web Publishing" .. allowing external users to see your internal website.
If this is the case, my problem must be just in routing. I need to send some non-internet related traffic directly to its IP address (but this works because i can ping). Does this imply a firewall problem?