I can access my webmail server from outside my network, but only if I type in the public IP address, eg https://webmail.mycompany.com does not work, but https://126.96.36.199/owa(not actual) does. I am by no means a networking guy, but I got this far by trying a bunch of different access rules till this one worked...
Source Host/Net Destination Interface Service
Webmail / IP of Server Any inside TCP
Any Webmail/ IP of Server outside Https/tcp
Is there something I'm doing wrong here? I tried copying the same settings for our old OWA server but that didn't work either..
Well thats what I thought too, untill I checked. Unless Im not checking the right DNS..but here is what I've done:
Pinged the URL.. resolves to the correct Public IP, Pinged the IP, it does not respond, NSLookup: resolves the internal IP, DNS query resolves the public IP A record. I don't get it, my guess is that a rule needs to be created on my PIX that allows acces using the URL vs the IP.
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