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Running MSN Voice Behind ISA 2000 as Firewall Clients

Posted on 2004-10-14
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I have ISA 2000 and want to msn voice thru that but i have tried opening ports and all the things i could find on this site is there anything you could still advise me i did add protocol rules and ip packet filter rules allow msn messenger traffic rules and opened port TCP 6901 , 5060 UDP rom 5000 -65535 and lots more but it soes not help i have given up

when i by pass PIX it works pls adise asap


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opening up ports on the ISA server will not open them up on a PIX firewall wall.  If bypassing your PIX works, you'll have to open them up there too.

Look here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Firewalls/Q_21118065.html
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sorry actually i meant  bypassing ISA not PIX it works perfect through PIX

pls advise
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