RE: Publish Internal Servers

No, because your average TCP/IP protocol identifies what it's trying to
do by port, and uses no other qualifier.

HTTP is a counter example, which identifies in it's headers what server
it's actually trying to get to, but even that doesn't allow for port
sharing; you run one daemon on port 80 that does traffic duty based on
the HTTP headers, as opposed to running multiple HTTP servers.

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Can I publish 2 internal servers using the same TCP port 
through ISA?
I have just one IP address assigned to my external NIC.

Thanks.

Carlos Eduardo.



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