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ISA Port Redirection for Team Foundation Server 2008

Posted on 2009-04-09
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How do I redirect ports in ISA Server for web publishing.  I am using ISA Std 2006.

I have an internal site on port 8080 (call it http://sitea:8080/).  I want to publish it but hide the port so external users visit http://extsite/ and ISA points it or redirects it to the correct location.  Note this is a Team Foundation 2008 Server scenario.

Does anyone know if TFS supports this as well?  I hear there was a new TFS zone around here?
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When you publish the site - presumably on port 80 then that is what you set the listener to - port 80. in the forwarding part of the rule you set 8080. So ISA listens on 80 to the external interface and then forwards on 8080 to the internal web server.
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Is this in the bridging tab on the Rule Dialogue?
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Yes
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Keith is a wizard as always - thanks for your suppor!
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