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Publishing SharePoint with ISA 2006

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I'm trying to publish my MOSS 2007 server via ISA 2006.  I completed setting up the web publishing rule and creating the SPS listener in ISA.  I also created an Altername Access Mapping in MOSS.  My question is, the site I want to publish is on port 8080.  Whenever I try to hit the website from the internet, I'm getting "page under construction".  Is it safe to assume that it's hitting port 80?  How can I set up the publishing rule so that it uses port 8080?
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by:Stephen Manderson
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Hi there

Go into your site publishing rule open your SPS listener and under the connections tab change the port number to 8080

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Steve
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by:adexchman
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Thanks for the prompt response!  So I did what you said and now, when I type in my URL, it just hangs for a while and eventually comes up with "cannot display webpage".  I tried putting in the URL with :8080 at the end and got this:

Explanation: There is a problem with the page you are trying to reach and it cannot be displayed.

Try the following:
Refresh page: Search for the page again by clicking the Refresh button. The timeout may have occurred due to Internet congestion.
Check spelling: Check that you typed the Web page address correctly. The address may have been mistyped.
Access from a link: If there is a link to the page you are looking for, try accessing the page from that link.
If you are still not able to view the requested page, try contacting your administrator or Helpdesk.

 
 
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Error Code: 502 Proxy Error. The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) does not use a recognized protocol. Either the protocol is not supported or the request was not typed correctly. Confirm that a valid protocol is in use (for example, HTTP for a Web request). (12006)
IP Address: 10.xxx.xxx.xxx
Date: 6/19/2008 2:24:18 PM [GMT]
Server: host.domain..com
Source: proxy  
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Stephen Manderson earned 250 total points
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Crap :D

Sorry change that back to 80, this isnt the way to go. You need to redirect the traffic. This can be done by opening up the publishing rule then goto the bridging tab then redirect your HTTP requests to port 8080

Regards
Steve
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by:adexchman
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Thanks Chief!  Helped me out big time.
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by:Stephen Manderson
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Np mate

Glad I could help
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