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A Web publishing rule is a firewall rule that specifies how ISA Server routes incoming requests to internal Web servers. Web publishing is used to provide access to Web servers running HTTP and HTTPS. Web publishing rules also enable application-layer filtering, path mapping, user authentication, content caching, support for publishing multiple Web sites using a single IP address, and link translation. Server publishing rules are firewall rules that specify how ISA Server routes incoming requests to internal servers using any available protocol. Server publishing rules are used to provide access for multiple protocols, application-layer filtering for specified protocols, support for encryption, and IP address logging for the client computer. A split DNS configuration uses two different DNS servers to provide name resolution for internally and externally accessible resources. Implementing a split DNS requires two DNS servers that both host the zone files for the same DNS domain name but have host records with different IP addresses for the required servers.
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ISA Server uses Web publishing rules to provide a secure and flexible way to publish the content on internal Web servers to the Internet. When you enable Web publishing rules, you can configure a variety of options, including Web listeners, path mapping, and link translation. This lesson describes how to configure Web publishing.
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Identify Web publishing rules configuration components Configure Web listeners Configure path mapping Configure link translation Configure Web publishing rules
Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
Components of a Web Publishing Rule Configuration
Web publishing rules map incoming HTTP or HTTPS requests to the appropriate Web servers located on a network protected by ISA Server. Web publishing rules determine what incoming requests for HTTP objects will be accepted by ISA Server and how ISA Server will respond to those requests. If the HTTP request matches a Web publishing rule, the request is forwarded to the Web server located on the internal or perimeter network.
Web Publishing Configuration Options
When you configure Web publishing rules, you must configure the components listed in Table 8-1.
Table 8-1
Web Publishing Rule Configuration Options
Explanation Defines whether the Web publishing rule will allow or deny access. Defines the name or IP address of the Web server that is published by this rule. Defines which users can access the Web site. Defines the network objects that can access the published Web server. The network objects that you specify must also be included in the Web listener specified for this Web publishing rule.
Configuration Option Action Name (or IP address) Users Traffic source
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Table 8-1 Web Publishing Rule Configuration Options
Configuration Option Public name
Explanation Defines the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) or IP address that is made accessible by this rule. You can configure ISA Server to allow access based on a specific URL or allow access to all URLs. If you specify a URL, ISA Server will respond only to requests using that URL. If you allow access to all URLs, ISA Server will respond to all requests using the appropriate protocol. Defines the IP address on the computer running ISA Server that listens for requests from clients. Defines how ISA Server will modify the external path specified in the request and map it to a corresponding internal path. Defines how HTTP requests are forwarded to the published server. You can configure the requests so that they are redirected using HTTP, SSL, or FTP. Defines how ISA Server updates Web pages that include references to internal server names.
Web listener Path mappings Bridging
Link translation
Note The following sections describe these configuration options. In the last section of this lesson, you will see how to put all the options together to create a Web publishing rule.
How to Configure Web Listeners
Web listeners are used by Web and secure Web publishing rules. A Web listener is an ISA Server configuration object that defines how the ISA Server computer listens for HTTP requests and SSL requests. The Web listener defines the network, IP address, and the port number on which ISA Server listens for client connections. Web listeners are required for Web publishing rules to function. If the ISA Server computer receives a HTTP or HTTPS on a network adapter and no Web listener is configured for the IP address associated with the network adapter, ISA Server will discard all the requests before applying Web server publishing rules. If the computer running ISA Server has multiple network adapters or IP addresses, you can configure the same listener configuration for all IP addresses, or you can configure separate listener configurations for different IP addresses. A Web listener can be used in multiple Web publishing rules so long as the publishing rules share a common configuration. For example, if you have two Web publishing rules that both use HTTP and require basic authentication, then both Web publishing rules can use the same Web listener. However, if one publishing rule requires all users to authenticate, and the other rule requires anonymous access, then you must configure two different Web listeners.
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