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SFTP via ISA 2004

Posted on 2008-06-25
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I am facing a challenge i.e. we have some users inside the LAN who needs to access a SFTP server which is outside the LAN and we need to make this possible by using our ISA 2004 server which is acting as a proxy and firewall client for our LAN users.

I created a rule in ISA 2004 that traffic coming port 22 from user computer going to SFTP server outside should be allow, but on the ISA 2004 monitoring I only able to see ISA initiate a connection and then closes that connection; and user is unable to connect to this SFTP server.

Probably, I am doing something wrong or it is not suppose to be done this way, any help would be appreciated from all the experts.    
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