Forefront TMG 2010 - Publish remote desktop connection on non-standard port

 

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  •  Click "Publish non-Web server protocols

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  - click "next"

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type IP address server on local network which you publish on non-standard port.

 - click "next"

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  - click "New" !!! to create listener for our publish rule to listen on port 3390

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 - click "next"

tmg2010-publish_rdc_non_standard_port-6.pngChoose TCP protocol, Inbound direction and port 3390. Click OK.

 - click "next"

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 we do not need secondary connection

 - click "next" and "finish"

 

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 our new protocol is on the list.

 - click "Properties"

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associate traffic to standard protocol and click OK

 - click Ports

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redirect traffic from port 3390 on firewall to port 3389 on server1.Click OK.

 - click "next"

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 select network on which Forefront will listen for connections(by default on all ip on  external interface) but you can change it(see picture below).

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 - click "next"

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 - click "Finish"

  - apply changes to firewall

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  •  test connectivity

 

 dzbanek 2013-01-04

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