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How to Find out Web (HTML) Admin. Port

How to Find out Web (HTML) Admin. Port

How to Find out Web (HTML) Admin. Port

(OP)
Hi,

We're running IIS 2.0 on NT4.0. We want to allow
Web admin. of IIS remotely through our firewall.
What ports do I need to allow through? How do I find out
what the Web Admin. port is? (I read the on-line doc. and it it doesn't seem to give me the correct info. The tab
it tells me to select through Internet Service Manager
doesn't exist!!)

Thanks!

Paul
paul_sue@telus.net

RE: How to Find out Web (HTML) Admin. Port

IIS 2.0? You should consider upgrading.
There are at least two ways. The console you use to manage sites show the IP and port of the sites running when you view the server in the tree on the left. OR If your firewall has logging capability, you can have someone try to connect remotely, then look at the log for denied packets. It should show which port.

RE: How to Find out Web (HTML) Admin. Port

In addition, you will have to set it up to allow access from the remote machines. By default HTML Admin is only allowed from 127.0.0.1

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