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to publish owa exchange server 2010 on netasq firewall

Posted on 2013-01-15
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Hi there,
I installed exchange server 2010 with outlook anywhere, owa, activesync.
I configured acces to owa in internal (https://exch10/owa) et in external (https://mail.monentreprise.com/owa).
On my firewall (netasq), I created on the a rule NAT as all requests on external ip public  address (equivalente to  https://mail.monentreprise.com) go to redirect on my internal server with protocol https
Is it enough ? I Am lost because when I try https://mail.monentreprise.com/owa, I have nothing
Thanks,
Regards,
Simlip
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2 Things.

Did you create the A record?

Do you have a SSL Cert?
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by:simlip
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Yes I create a record.
Yes I have SSL Cert.

Other information, I have a another domain that redirected fine on one another ressource.

So I change mail.monentreprise.com to redirect to the other and it is not working. It is probably one problem from firewall. No ?
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I'm not sure what you mean.

If you have a modem that supports it, did you remember to change your modem rules in addition to your firewall rules?
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