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ISA Server redirect to Internet IP

Posted on 2008-10-16
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Hello, i am having an ISA Server with a firewall on the network. I have opened a certain port to allow an external client to access and send me some type of messages. The listener i have built is on my pc with a certain IP. How can I redirect these messages to my pc on the network? in other way, how to kow that my internal IP is the "published" IP?
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For this purpose, you have to use Server Publishing Rule (right click on Firewall Policy, New). The wizard is pretty much straightforward, try and if you have any questions I will be glad to help.
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