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RD Gateway and TMG

Posted on 2014-03-21
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I have setup an RD Gateway that works internally without issue and I want
to publish it to a subdomain through TMG. Setup is I have two public IP's
on the TMG server one is configured with a web listener for one external IP that resolves to xyz.mycompany.com. I have created a website publishing rule using that listener and redirecting back to xyz.company.local
 
I can ping xyz.mycompany.com without any issues from the internet, but when I try and go to https://xyz.mycompany.com/rdweb -I get nothing. I am sure I am missing something stupid. If I try the external URL internally I get the expected RD Gateway.

 Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Mahesh earned 500 total points
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What error you are facing while accessing url from internet ?

have you opened TCP 443 from internet towards public IP of Xyz.mycompany.com ?

If its working from intranet, it means it is working and port might be the issue from internet

Just try to telnet tcp 443 from internet to public IP of RD Web site
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by:Gajendra Rathod
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Please  check the IIS binding in IIS manger.
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by:medea27
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It was a port issue and after creating a rule to direct traffic back to the RDWeb server (HTTPS Server) everything looks good now. Thank you!
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