We have a 'Windows 2003 Server Web Edition' hosted by an ISP but completely managed by us. We've built a web based program running on the server which is listening on ports 8080 and 3002. netstat shows it's listening OK and I can connect to the program using the local web browser.
The problem is I can't work out where to open up the ports to external access. I've checked out the IP security settings but it only allows me to work with default ports, the TCP/IP filtering is allowing all access and there's no 'Built in Firewall' settings on the network card.
Am I to gather that the words 'Web Edition' in the OS mean that I'm only allowed to work with standard Internet ports?