Avatar of RandallVillalobos
RandallVillalobos
Flag for Costa Rica asked on

exchange 2010 all in one box, internet connection

Experts,

I have just finished installing exchange 2010 on a Windows 2008 R2 server.
This is an "all in one box".  This will be a standalone server that will need to handle the internet email that come to my office.

I can't seem to remember how to connect it to the internet, I know that I need to enable somewhere the "anonymous" access in order to send traffic to the internet.  

Any guidance on how to send traffic to the internet will be appreciated.

Thank you
ExchangeWindows Server 2008Outlook

Avatar of undefined
Last Comment
Manpreet SIngh Khatra

8/22/2022 - Mon
Dan Violet Sagmiller (He/Him)

on your router, you need to manage ports.  And allow access for TCP via the ports your using (depends on the services you are allowing, Exchange (443?), IMAP, POP3, etc...)
akhalighi

you need to give smpt inbound/outbound access to this server using your firewall . also DNS should be available for domain name resolving .

You also need to configure proper send and receive connectors. other wise it won't do anything.
ASKER CERTIFIED SOLUTION
Manpreet SIngh Khatra

THIS SOLUTION ONLY AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS.
View this solution by signing up for a free trial.
Members can start a 7-Day free trial and enjoy unlimited access to the platform.
See Pricing Options
Start Free Trial
GET A PERSONALIZED SOLUTION
Ask your own question & get feedback from real experts
Find out why thousands trust the EE community with their toughest problems.
RandallVillalobos

ASKER
Hi Hpdvs2, thanks for the feedback, I will take that in consideration.
I think I got it, I had to create a send connector on my Transport Concentrator with an " * "

Best regards!
I started with Experts Exchange in 2004 and it's been a mainstay of my professional computing life since. It helped me launch a career as a programmer / Oracle data analyst
William Peck
RandallVillalobos

ASKER
Rancy,

I didn't have the receive connector enabled, just saw your post.
How do I find that?
Manpreet SIngh Khatra

Receive connector can be found in EMC under Server Confi in HUB role

Or Exchange Shell with
Get-ReceiveConnector

- Rancy
RandallVillalobos

ASKER
Rancy,

I Appreciate your time and help.  Do I need to create a new "Receive connector" or do I just need enable anonymous on the "Default" Connector?
⚡ FREE TRIAL OFFER
Try out a week of full access for free.
Find out why thousands trust the EE community with their toughest problems.
RandallVillalobos

ASKER
Hello.... Anyone on the anonymous for the "Default connector" :-)
Manpreet SIngh Khatra

Yes you need to enable Anonymous on the Default receive connector

- Rancy