Telnet to a server………………

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Hi, In my network there are an application server win2k server and a firewall server(Isa server 2004).For acceessing to my application server from internet and running an exe file from this server,I need to telnet to this server(while I have a connection to internet) but it is behind of my Isa!!!!!!!!!!!! How can I do this!!!???? Which rule I should add to Isa and how? Could you please help me!!!?? It's to important for me!! Thank you. -------- Regards Mahnaz

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Add a Firewall rule to allow your PC’s IP Address on the Internet to access the IP Address of your Firewall at Telnet Port 23. Open bi-directionally and confirm operation, then turn off 1 direction, then the other, to confirm that your Firewall is routing correctly and eliminate the outbound rule that you do not need.

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Geoff Hughes
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http://www.virtualserver-resources.com

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  • Tracybs
    Keep in mind that telnet is an open protocol - meaning that your username and password pass in the clear (just fire up a sniffer on a segment when you telnet and you see it plain as day!) I would consider using SSH (TCP port 22) or even setting up a client to host IPSec tunnel. Even if this tunnel was to the ISA at least your traffic will be encrypted while out on the Internet. Good luck! Tracy
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