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isa 2004 - opening up port 1433 to one external IP address for SQL server

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This is a SBS 2003 box with ISA 2004 and SQL server 2005. Currently ISA is set up so that there is no access to our SQL server externally. We've got some developer inthat would prefer to work on a new database externally so I want to poke a tiny hole in the firewall to allow them access.

It's very easy to open up port 1433 so that everyone gets access to the database but that's leaving a massive hole. How do I limit external access to the database to just one (or two) IP addresses?
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