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StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 8.Nov.2003 10:08:00 PM   
alhall

 

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I'm having problems using OutLook through my ISA/StarBand setup. I'm able to surf the web and filter out the bad guys, but I cannot get to my external POP3/SMTP provider. I configured my ISA/StarBand accordingly:

Server 360 #1 (224.0.0.1 is the multicast address)
IP Protocol: Custom
Protocol number: 2
Direction: both
This computer (on the perimeter network): 172.21.1.254
This remote computer: 224.0.0.1

Server 360 #2 (for the Starcontrol software to "check" the modem (part of the Ibqossvc Module))
IP Protocol: UDP
Direction: Both
Local Port: Fixed port - 1880
Remote Port: Fixed port - 1880
This computer (on the perimeter network): 192.168.255.252
This remote computer: 239.192.19.1

Server 360 #3 (for the Starcontrol software to "check" the modem (part of the Ibqossvc Module))
IP Protocol: UDP
Direction: Both
Local Port: All ports
Remote Port: Fixed port - 1880
Default IP address on the external interface
This remote computer: 192.168.255.252

AS Agent #1 (the Internet Page Accelerator)
IP Protocol: TCP
Direction: Both
Local port: All ports
Remote Port: Fixed port - 9877
Default IP address on the external interface
All remote computers

AS Agent #2 (the Internet Page Accelerator)
IP Protocol: TCP
Direction: Both
Local port: All ports
Remote Port: Fixed port - 9876
Default IP address on the external interface
All remote computers

I setup the "Protocol Rules" to allow all the email items, but I can't seem to get the packet filters to let send/receive. I can get to my mail on the other side of the ISA/StarBand server but that's not going to work. Any assistance would most appreciated.
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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 9.Nov.2003 1:06:00 AM   
Guest
Are you trying to access your POP3/SMTP provider from the ISA server? If so you will need to use packet filters to allow port 25 and port 110.

[Smile]

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 9.Nov.2003 1:43:00 AM   
alhall

 

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I did tried to setup the packet filters, but still couldn't get through.

This is what I setup:

POP3
IP Protocol: TCP
Direction: Inbound
Local port: Fixed port - 110
Remote Port: All remote computers
Default IP address on the external interface
All remote computers

SMTP
IP Protocol: TCP
Direction: Outbound
Local port: Fixed - 25
Remote Port: All remote computers
Default IP address on the external interface
All remote computers

Any assistance will be appreciated.

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 9.Nov.2003 4:42:00 PM   
Guest
The packet filters are the wrong way around. They should allow connection to port 25/110 on the remote computer.

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 9.Nov.2003 4:45:00 PM   
Guest
so they should be something like:

POP3
IP Protocol: TCP
Direction: Outbound
Local port: All ports
Remote Port: Fixed port - 110
Default IP address on the external interface
All remote computers

SMTP
IP Protocol: TCP
Direction: Outbound
Local port: All Ports
Remote Port: Fixed port - 25
Default IP address on the external interface
All remote computers

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 9.Nov.2003 6:43:00 PM   
alhall

 

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Thanks "markt" for trying, but still no joy. I tried a couple of variations but it still does not work. Anymore ideas from yourself or anybody would be great.

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 9.Nov.2003 8:04:00 PM   
Guest
Try telnetting to port 25 and/or port 110 on the mail server and see if you can, after creating the packet filters in my post (dont forget to restart the services afterwards [Wink] )

If that doesn't work you can give me a shout on MSN Messenger (marcus_toovey[at]hotmail.com)

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 11.Nov.2003 8:38:00 PM   
alhall

 

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From: Rapid City, SD
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Sorry I didn't get back to sooner markt. I'm still having problems and will contact you as suggested.

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RE: StarBand / ISA / OutLook 2002 - 17.Nov.2003 11:36:00 PM   
alhall

 

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Joined: 11.Jun.2002
From: Rapid City, SD
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I addition to the current Outlook problem, I can't do a ping or nslookup from the client. Any help on any of these problems willbe greatly appriciated by myself and I'm sure all other Starband users. Thanks.

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