Forward port in sbs to lan

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Devon Cox, Apr 9, 2004.

  1. Devon Cox

    Devon Cox Guest

    Hello, I'm trying to forward port 31 from the wan to an ip address on the
    LAN in order for an external user to use a remote service. How do you do
    this in SBS? I have 2 nics with different subnets so I need to have SBS do
    the forwarding.

    I have SBS 2003 standard. Thank you,

    Devon Cox
     
    Devon Cox, Apr 9, 2004
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  2. Hi,
    If your SBS server is on the edge of the network, and you are using it as
    the gateway, then we will need to configure the port in RRAS (since you have
    standard I am assuming ISA is not in the picture). If you have a router in
    front of SBS, you will also have to allow the port through.

    In SBS, open the Routing and Remote Access MMC from Administrative Tools.
    Expand your server, Ip Routing and select NAT/Basic Firewall. On the right
    panel select your external/network connection and open the properties.
    Go to the Services and Ports tab, click Add, provide a name, select the
    protocol, the incoming port (31), the IP address of the workstation behind
    SBS and the outgoing port (31).
    Ok the changes.
    This should allow the port to come into the workstation through the SBS
    server.

    Regards,
    Damian

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    Damian N Leibaschoff [MSFT], Apr 9, 2004
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  3. Devon Cox

    Devon Cox Guest

    Thanks very much I was looking all over for that. Much appreciated.

    Devon
     
    Devon Cox, Apr 9, 2004
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    Terry M Guest

    Damian

    Can something similar to this be done with ISA? I have 2nics & ISA with a
    router and I am looking for a way to forward TS to a second server bypassing
    RWW. This certainly would do what I want without ISA.

    Terry
     
    Terry M, Apr 10, 2004
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  5. Hi,
    The main problem with this is that you have TS (Admin Mode) running on the
    SBS server taking port 3389. You could change the binding on the SBS server
    to allow TS to take 3389 only on the internal interface and then configure a
    Server Publishing rule in ISA to publish 3389 to the second server.

    The following article should walk you through the steps:

    294720 How to Server Publish a Terminal Server with ISA While also Running
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=294720


    Regards,
    Damian

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    Microsoft Corporation

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    Damian N Leibaschoff [MSFT], Apr 13, 2004
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