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  • Loopback

    Hi

    I was after a little bit of help.

    This is my scenario.

    DMZ - Server that port forwards 443 & 80 to back end exchange - This is open to the world

    INSIDE - Exchange Server

    WIFI - A seperate DMZ that only has access to the outside world, nothing internally and clients get a public dns server.

    THE ISSUE

    Lots of my users have got iPhone's and Windows Mobile devices that they use to collect email on.

    Obviously these are set to point at the webmail.domain.com, which works fine if they are at home, internet cafe or on EDGE, GPRS or 3G.

    The issue is when they are on the WiFi they cannot access it, and I know this is because it is coming from an addresses that is within the same network as the webmail address.

    But the question is what can I do to get around this.

    Thanks

    Paul

  • #2
    Re: Loopback

    It looks like you didn't define a policy to allow access from the Wireless DMZ to the other DMZ.

    You should note that it might be a little tricky because of NAT settings on the interfaces, but it should work.

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    • #3
      Re: Loopback

      any idea what config I will require?

      tjhanks

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