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SQL 2008 Reporting Services Published Through ISA

Posted on 2009-05-12
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Has anybod had an issue publishing 2008 Report Server via ISA 2006. I have web listeners set up on port 80 and 443 for other purposes, I try to bridge traffic for port 8080 to the Report Server which is port 80 on it's actual machine. It fails. Has anyone come across this issue, or had difficulties with publishing Report Server. Any feed back would be appreciated.
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by:Bembi
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In general, if you have ISA and IIS installed on the same machine, you should make sure, that only one of them listens on the same port, as IIS6 listens on all ports by default, independent what is set within the IIS configuration (can be changed)

As report server is a simple web site, you can acces it through ISA as any other web site. If you ISA listens external on port 8080 (web listener), you can publish the IIS via a web publishing rule. ISA listens on 8080 and forwards the traffic to port 80 on IIS. This can only work, if there are no other web publishing rules, which listens (external) on port 80.

So I assume, that you may have a listener port conflict.

That means:
It can't work by default, if you setup
external 8080 to IIS 80
external 80 to any other server

Check if you can reach your report server from internal (you may bypass the browser proxy for this target) as otherwise you would have the same issue.  
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