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Open Port through ISA 204

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Hello,

I have some video cameras installed on the inside of a ISA 2004 network.
I have software that I need to be able to view the cameras from Outside the ISA 2004 network.
Each Camera has an IP address and a Port #.

I need to create a rule to allow the port through the ISA firewall.

For the sake of this discussion, the IP & Port for the first camera is:

192.168.0.83:327

Here is what I did so far:
Created new access rule
Allowed all outbound connections
Restricted ports from 327 to 327
From External
To Computer (Added Camera as a Computer with the IP of 192.168.0.83)

This did not work so I also tried an IP Range.

Any thoughts on how to get this to work?

Thanks in advance.
Cepolly
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You need to create a protocol for each of the ports that you are going to use a camera on - if they are all different.
You then need to publish the cameras using the publish a server wizard for each and select the individual ip address and definition for each one.
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Thanks I'll give that a shot.
Though it may be a while before I can update as we ran into other networking issues.
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Thanks for the assistance
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