Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

ISA2000 question

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • ISA2000 question

    Hi !

    I have some problems with ISA2000, hopefully, somebody from this forum
    will help me to resolve it. Any ideas will be greately appreciated

    Given: two locations - shop and HQ office.

    At shop the security company installed CCTV cameras with DVR box. That box attached to the local network in that shop. Shop is connected to the Internet using ADSL modem. The security application utilizes a few tcp ports.
    On ADSL modem I configured port forwarding in order to forward all incoming requests to DVR box.

    At HQ office, we have SBS2003 + ISA2000. In HQ office, manager's laptop is connted to the local network. Goal: manager should be able to watch remotely a video picture from security camers of remote shop. Special application is installed onto manager's laptop. But he can't connected to the shop using that application because ISA2000 blocks these ports.
    I opened tcp ports for inbound and outbound. But no luck....
    Then I connected manager's laptop to the Internet using dial-up modem and everything was fine. However, the speed of dial-up connection is not enough for remote video watch. ISA 2000 should be configured properly.

    Any ideas about how to resolve this problem?

    thank you,
    Mihail
    regards,

    Mihail Kravsun
    MCSA, CCNA

  • #2
    Re: ISA2000 question

    Just one more addition.
    It seems I need to resolve the following problem:
    on ISA2000, how do I create something like "port forwarding" on normal ADSL modems ?
    I mean that external request from outside world with specifig tcp port number shold be forwarded by ISA2000 to internal computer (DVR box in my case) with specific internal ip address.

    meanwhile, I'll try to find any information about it on the Internet.

    anyway, any ideas will be great help ....

    thank you,
    Mihail
    regards,

    Mihail Kravsun
    MCSA, CCNA

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: ISA2000 question

      First, consider to move the ISA 2004 or another firewall due vulnerability and
      the technical limitations of ISA 2000.
      More information on publish rules etc. can be found in:

      http://www.isaserver.org/

      Regards,

      Yuval
      Best Regards,

      Yuval Sinay

      LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

      Comment

      Working...
      X