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    Smoothwall In ... Website Down...

    Ok, So today we finally decided to plug our Smoothwall Box directly into our DSL router (it was previously routing via ISA and causing a few problems with loss of connection)
    Anyway .. it appears to have knocked off our website and our webmail (Moorside High School and https://mail.moorsidehigh.com/owa respectively)

    Not sure why but damned annoying none the less...

    Both sites work fine internally using the same links

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    OK thats not quite true - Moorside High School works when you dont try to use it across SSL

    webmail still DOA - though works internally...

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    It's probably blocking ports via the firewall controls...

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    Have you opened ports 80 (http) and 443 (https) to the external interface?

    That may explain OWA as I think that requires a secure connection.

    [Edit] Just checked, http address for your mail server resolves here, but returns a 403, so its going to be 443 blocked in the rules.[/Edit]
    Last edited by robk; 7th December 2009 at 05:55 PM. Reason: more info

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