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IK-WB21A problem how can i access my network Cam IK-WB21A throwgh my ISA 2004 server? please help me as soos as possible.

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  • faridabz Dec 25, 2007

    my problem not solved yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • jwrourke Feb 28, 2008

    I too am looking for a step-by-step solution to getting my network cam visible to external clients ... need publishing rules for isa 2004?

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SOURCE: IK-WB21A & ISA server 2004

you have to creat role that allow all traffic (inbound) from the camera ip>>>> to the selected users

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you have to creat role that allow all traffic (inbound) from the camera ip>>>> to the selected users

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