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Axis camera station behind ISA 2000 does not redirect live video

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Hello all,
I have a Win 2003 server running ISA 2000 SP1, FP1. IIS, and AXIS camera station software with one network camera connected to it. I published the AXIS camera station website, and I am able to connect to it but it will not show the live video(all the controls load). If I go to the website from the server where it resides, it works great. I recently changed the port number on the camera and created the appropriate filters on ISA to allow transmission. It still doesnt work. Since it is working internally I believe the issue lies within ISA. What else do I need to configure appart from the publishing rule and the packet filters?
 
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You'll need to use the Logging feature of ISA to determine what traffic is being dropped.
Configure the filter on the Logging tab something like:
Time=Live
Source IP = <the public IP address from the client on the Internet from which you are testing>
Then start the logging, and try to make the connection from the client on the internet. You should now receive log info about the traffic being dropped.
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