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how to open range of ports in one filter ISA

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HI,
I am would like to open following ports in ISA 2000 server. (see http://www.support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1465&question=DVC+1000+open+ports)
1720 TCP,
15328-15333(TCP and UDP)
Is there a way to open a range of ports in one filter? Also, if it is listed TCP and UDP port, does it mean i can open either TCP or UDP, or i  have to open both to make it work. In this case the techincal support list that ports 15328-15333(TCP and UDP) has to be open. Can i open all of them only in TCP or i have to open them also on UDP?
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Thank's for getting back
While creating protocol defination, i encounter option of initial port. In my case is it 15328 or 1720 or anything else? After i creat protocol defifnation, i am creating filter, but how do i specify my new just created protocol defifinition to be part of filter?  Is it something to do with optoin 'fixed port'?
In this case, we have to create two protocol definations, one for TCP and another for UDP both of range 15328-15333, is that correct?
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Yes you have to have seperate rules for seperate directions and or seperate Protocols
one rule one TOS one direction
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by:DebbieFost
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For it to work all you need to do do is open port 1720 for TCP, and open 15328, 15329, and 15330 for BOTH protocols. It is not necessary to open all of those ports as it only needs ONE of them within the range. The outgoing program will just scan that range to make sure one of them is open and will use any it finds.
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could also tell it to olny go out a single port for a single protocol in a single direction, even set different rules for levels or permissions , Time of day is also possibile.
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by:margotsk
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Ok, so i did open them - TCP1720 and 15328,15329,15330 for both protocols. For some reason, the device is not still able to access outside network. I am quit sure that the porblem is on server side and not device itself because i contacted their technical staff and make sure all the settings are set. ..Now i am confused and not sure where to go from here. The ports are open, but does not have connection to outside world, while the pc has.Could there be some configuration in router that has to be changed? Is there a way to determine why it is not connecting to outside world? domain controler(other pc on LAN) and Videophone device can ping each other.
Any ideas?
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by:margotsk
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Hi,
I decide to close this thread although i havn't been able to make it work. I would like to split points equaly among all of you.
Thank's for learning expierance
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