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Hello,
I set up on my internal network server exchange 2010  and I want to publish owa using our firewall U120.
I added a NAT rule that redirects (action redirection) no matter what the source (any) on port https and public @ ip to my internal server (192.168.212.4) and the https port.
Should I add something in the filter rules?
In advance, thank you
Simlip
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Sorry, I forgot to mention that:
- The https requests are authorized on my Public IP address regardless of the source
- The https requests are authorized on my internal server regardless of the source

And access my owa will not work :/
when I look at the firewall alerts, I trace with alerts on minueres pro
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If access owasp from internal is working and external is not ok then probably firewall...

Pls see this

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrsecuremessaginglegacy/thread/80315295-c435-4662-921a-e8cdb3845a78

You may also need to apending to url host the /owa or similar in your publish assuming user key in just domain

http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/ISA-Firewall-Publishing-OWA-RPC-HTTP-Single-IP-Address-Part5.html
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