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

Posted on 2006-05-23
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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?

thanks

Shiny
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by:Keith Alabaster
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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?
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thanks for your comments but i have solved the problem with an article from Isa.org.... good old Thomas Shinder article name was

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

thanks

Shiny
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OK :)
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Thanks Shiny :)
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