We've got a device within the network which needs to send data out to a website on port 5009. We've setup the following to allow the traffic
- Identity with the interal IP as member and bypass the proxy (the device can only be configured with the Proxy IP and port, no logins)
- Added Port 5009 n HTTP Ports to Proxy
- Added the destination IP n L4 Traffic allow list
We are still not able to route the traffic.
We then tried to get the traffic coming in the other way. We've asked the ISP to put in a port forwarding to forward traffic on Port 5019 to the device. This is also not working. We can get to the device on the internal Port without any issues. The question does the IronPort need to be configured to allow the traffic coming in? We dont have any other incoming port forwarded traffic.
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