RE: OWA 2000 on a different IIS5 ?

  • From: "Richard Pettigrew" <Richard@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 00:00:39 -0000

I think the best course of action here is get the router config modified unless 
another solution presents itself.

IIS can re-direct to another seb site, but the problem in your situation is 
that when the re-direct info is sent to the client browser it will try to 
connect to an unreachable site.

for example: "" goes to your web server, the redirection setting 
is to go to the exchange server within your LAN, the external client cannot 
reach this private address!

No big changes within your LAN would be required to add an ISA 2000 Server.
However, in light of the fact that the ADSL router is pre-configred, it would 
then require modification anyway!

-----Original Message-----
From: Lars Juliussen [mailto:Lars@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 05 February 2002 23:09
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: OWA 2000 on a different IIS5 ?

You got i right!

Smaller problem is that my 1MB ADSL router is preconfigured, and the only
open ports is 21, 25, 53 and 80. TDC(TeleDanmarkCommunications)takes
160$ to change the ADSL config. If i choose to edit the config myself, i
loose all support rights. So im not really sure about how to handle this

W2K Domain controller is and has IIS5.0.
W2K Exchange 2000 server is and has IIS5.0.
W2K Webserver is and has IIS5.0

Incredible that Microsoft hasnt managed to make some sort of redirection
between two Information servers in the same W2k native mode domain...

Can it be true that there is no simple way to redirect this ??

But youre propably right......... i guess you have some experience with

The MS ISA 2000 thing, sounds like a whole new domain setup !!??


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