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Opening Port 8025 on ISA SERVER

Can someone walk me through the steps neccessary to open port 8025 on ISA Server.  All my attempts have been futile.

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sirk_aCommented:
On ISA 2000:

Note: My directions may differ slightly from what you see because my ISA server is part of an array (it's the only one in it though), you may just have a standalone ISA server.

In ISA Management Console:
1. Expand Servers and Arrays
2. Expand <ServerName>
3. Expand Access Policy
4. Select IP Packet Filters
5. Click "Create a Packet Filter" in the right pane.

In the wizard:
1. Enter a name (Allow 8025 - for example). Next.
2. Leave the default for "All ISA Server computers in the array. Next.
3. Leave "Allow packet transmission. Next.
4. On Filter Type screen select radio button for custom. Next.
5. On Filter Settings screen Select TCP or UDP depending upon your needs in the IP protocol.
6. Select Both for Direction unless you only want this port open one way.
7. Local port: select fixed and put in 8025 for the port number.
8. Remote port: Fixed port, 8025 for port number. Next.
9. On Local Computer screen you can leave the default "Default IP address..." or else select "This ISA server's external IP address" and enter the external IP address. Next.
10. On remote computers leave the default of "All remote computers" unless you only want to allow a specific remote computer to connect on this port. Next.
11. Finish.

You should then stop and start the firewall service so that the change takes effect immediately. You can do this under Servers and Arrays | <ServerName> | Monitoring | Services. Stop and start the Firewall service.




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