I already posted this question to the MS Networking section, but after looking around some I think that this area may be more appropriate.
Here is my problem ...
I have got an SBS 2000 install and I use ISA Server to support VPN connections for Outlook/Exchange and minimal file access when necassary.
We also have a client server based application that uses SQL Server for document imaging. The application is called LaserFische and I would
like to be able to use this across the VPN as well.
LaserFische does not operate on top of the SQL Server 2000 that ships with SBS, it requies the desktop version; I believe this is to control
licensing, although I don't think this is the root of my problem.
When I establish a VPN session, I can't connect to the SQL Server for LaserFische. It basically
Our Laserfische support person says that this is probably due to the fact that client communicates with the Laserfische server (SQL Desktop?)
on port 1888, but this (and I guess any other upper level ports) would be blocked in a VPN session.
Is this true? If so can it be changed?
Thanks for any help.