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Configuring the Proxy Server to Listen for Requests on IP Addresses

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All incoming Web requests to ISA Server should be received by a Web listener. Multiple Web-publishing rules can use a single Web listener. When you configure a Web listener, you specify the network that corresponds to the adapter on which ISA Server will listen for incoming Windows SharePoint Services requests. For example, if you want to allow access to the SharePoint site from the Internet (External network), you should select the External network for the Web listener. The listener can listen on all IP addresses associated with a network, or on specific IP addresses. You also configure the port number that will listen for requests on the selected network IP addresses.

Configure proxy server for IP addresses

  1. Click Start , point to Programs , point to Microsoft ISA Server , and then click ISA Management .

  2. In the left pane, click the plus sign next to Servers and Arrays .

  3. Right-click your server name, and then click Properties .

  4. On the Incoming Web Requests tab, select the Enable SSL listeners check box.

  5. In the SSL Listeners message box, click OK .

  6. Under Identification, click Configure listeners individually per IP address .

    You can also select Use the same listener configuration for all internal IP addresses , but the following steps reflect the Configure listeners individually per IP address option.

  7. Click Add to add a listener, and then in the Server field, select your ISA Server name .

  8. In the IP Address field, select the public IP address you set up earlier.

  9. Select the Use a server certificate to authenticate to web clients check box.

  10. Click the Select button, and then in the Select Certificate box, click the SSL certificate you installed on the proxy server, and then click OK .

  11. Click OK to close the Add/Edit Listeners dialog box.

  12. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box.

  13. In the message box, select Save the changes and restart the service(s) . (You can also select Save the changes, but dont restart the service(s) , but then youll need to restart them yourself later.)

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