RE: Publish Internal Servers

Surely it's possible to use two internal ip addresses if you disable
socketpooling?  Then you could use Destination sets to re-direct.
 
Cheers,
Phil.


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> Hi Carlos,
> 
> You will need two IP address on the external interface. For 
> example, if you want to publish two SMTP servers using Server 
> Publishing Rules, you will need to create two rule, each one 
> using a different external IP address.
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> HTH,
> Tom
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> Thomas W Shinder, M.D., MCSE, MCT
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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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