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Routing port through SBS

Posted on 2006-07-02
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Hi everybody,
My network topology is as follows:

Router --<>-- Windows SBS 2003 --<>-- Internal network

I'm trying to route a port through windows SBS 2003 to a specific client IP.
I've setup the router to forward the port to the server, and on the server configured RRAS to forward the port to the client's IP.
This doesn't seem to work though, and I'm not able to find a solution for this problem.

Any ideas?
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Please see this newsgroup post which offers the how-to depending on if you have ISA 2000, ISA 2004, or no ISA:  http://snipurl.com/smio

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