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not able to access Windows 2008 clustered shares from DMZ network to LAN.

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Hello,

I have a Windows 2008 clustered LAN server which its clustered shares are not accessible from a DMZ server outside of a ASA firewall.  I test connection by creating a share on an individual clustered node and I am able to access this share from the DMZ server.

The firewall has alrready allowing communication from the DMZ server to this LAN clustered server.  It is just that the clustered shares are not able to be mapped from the DMZ server.  

Please advise if someone knows what I might need to do to fix this.

Thanks in advance.
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Do you mean the shares on the cluster IP is not accessible from the remote network. if yes pl ensure the below

1. ASA is configured to permit UDP ports 137, 138 and TCP port 139 towards internal network and vice versa.
2.  Shares on the cluster is created using the cluster administrator having appropriate rights.
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