Exchange 2003 Front End Port Requirements

Posted on 2004-04-24
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I have 2 firewalls between the front-end and back end exchange servers.  The outside server is behind a PIX 501 which is the DMZ firewall, the internal network is behind a PIX 506 firewall.  What ports need to be opened to allow the front-end server to connect back to the DC, GC and back-end exchange server?

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