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Publishing a OWA web server through ISA without public dns

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I have an ISA Server 2000 that I want to publish OWA. I have installed OWA internally on a separate machine away from Exchange and it is working. How can I publish the internal OWA Server, without any external DNS and successfully access OWA?
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There is it describer for ISA 2004, but without external DNS yopu have to use numeric ip adress.
http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004owapub.html


ISA 2000:
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/rpchttppart3.html
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