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How to establish a website with port 8080 (APACHE) In ISA Server 2006

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Im using APACHE as my web server and using port 8080. Ive create a site called
(e.g. http://test.domain.com:8080). I have a Firewall (ISA Server 2006).

How am I suppose to establish "http://test.domain.com:8080"in ISA Server?
Will I just add "http://test.domain.com" as its public name or with this "http://test.domain.com:8080"?

any suggestion will be appreciated.
Thanks. :D
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Use the fqdn only in the rule - not the fqdn plus port number. The port number is nothing to do with the site name - just the access port number to use

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Here's the step Ive done so far... first Ive created a web publishing rule, its public name was (e.g. test.domain.com) then after establishing new web rule I went to its properties and go to the bridging tab...
I change the "Redirect request to http port" from 80 to 8080.

Then I created an "Access Rule", opening the "Http8080" protocol.

I also created a listener that points to port 8080
 
Did I made the correct setup?
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Thats fine :)
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