Publish telnet access to another network other than EXTERNAL!!!

Posted on 2006-05-23
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Hi All

i need to publish telnet access for a box on our internal lan, now i can do
this fine with the normal options.

1. enter name of publish rule
2. enter internal ip of Box
3. selected protocol telnet server default port ( i know not good )
4. listen for request from these networks external
5. finish

now this works fine i can telnet from another location to this server, what i would like to
achieve is to specify another network e.g listen for request from test network1 for example, not just
external as i dont want the rest of the world connecting to my telnet server.

now i have tried creating a new network but this does not work. i check the
firewall monitor and i get access denied.Is there something else i need to
set up to allow this new network to work?


Question by:ShinyApples
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    by:Keith Alabaster
    Would we be talking about ISA server? If so what version and service pack?

    I would also need some specifics.
    What is your inteernal IP address range?
    Where is the box that you want to connect from? In a DMZ? Also internal?

    Author Comment

    thanks for your comments but i have solved the problem with an article from good old Thomas Shinder article name was

    Using the ISA Firewall to Configure Granular Access Controls for VPN Clients (Part 2)


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    OK :)
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    by:Keith Alabaster
    Thanks Shiny :)

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