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ISA not allowing connection to Bank Server (Firewall)

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Hi there,

I will do my best to explain the issue:

We have a Proxy Server with ISA Server installed. I need to allow communication through TCP Port 6025 to access a Bank Server from a client PC. I have tried various steps to no avail, but would like someone that knows what they're talking about to tell me what I need to do first.

Our Proxy/ISA Server is on IP 10.10.20.14 . If I run cmd.exe and type:

telnet deskbank1.westpac.co.nz 6025

... from the Proxy/ISA Server itself, It will respond as it should by promting a blank screen. I then type HELP as per Westpac support's intructions and hit Enter. This then replies with a bunch on wierd characters and states that the connection is lost. This means that the connection is fine from the Proxy/ISA Server. If I do the same from a client PC, there is an error.

How do I allow this port to be available for client PC's? Please help as this is quite urgent.
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Well for this you need to create a firewall/Access rule at the ISA server which allow all outbound traffic through the specific port.
For this either you search in the manual to how to create access rules or you tell me which version of ISA u r using if it is ISA 2004 the its very simple to create this rule you can even download the 120 days trial of ISA 2004 form Microsoft's site http://www.microsoft.com/ISAServer/
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