ISA 2004 Firewall - Quick Setup of 3 Websites, Remote Desktop, and SQL Server Ports
Posted on 2006-05-30
I've got a new web server that I have to host in the DMZ at the data center that we host our servers at. So we placed ISA 2004 as the application layer firewall and now I have it up and running for the first time.
I have never used software protection like this before...nor have I used ISA...but I'm sure without it I'll be hosting video game torrents for the pirating public.
I've got the server on my local 10.0.0.0 network and the server has 10.0.0.64. Once hosted in the data center it will have something like 69.84.XX.XXX so I need to know what is going on so that I don't get locked up in a scheme when I get to the data-center to get it up and running.
I'll need the following to be able to run.
1) IIS and port 80 to run websites.
2) 3389 for RDP to the server
3) MS SQL 1433 and 14334
4) Allow Symantic AV to update...it got locked down after I installed ISA.
The ISA I installed is the Standard edition with the typical installation. SP2 was installed for ISA and it is on Windows 2003 Standard R2.
Thanks a million,