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Wireless access to RWW and OWA from WIFI between the broadband router and SBS2003 server

What has to be changed in SBS 2003 R2 ( 2 lan cards ) ISA to allow wireless clients access to RWW and OWA when they are connected via a wireless access point which is installed between the broadband router and the SBS server. I assume the ISA blocks packets  that it cannot see originating from the IP of the router. The wireless access point provides DHCP via the broadband router to the wireless users.
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Imtiaz HashamCommented:
Inform the ISA to allow packets for port 443 from the WiFi device's IP address.
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Imtiaz HashamCommented:
Just to re-iterate, only the WiFi device's IP as the others will be using NAT and the IP that the WiFi will be using will be published to the ISA server
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Please review and follow this guide to configure Wireless Networking in an SBS environment:
http://sbsurl.com/wireless

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