|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
ISA Server's packet-filtering features allow you to control the flow of information to and from ISA Server. With packet filtering, you can intercept and either allow or block packets destined for specific computers on your corporate network.
You can use administration COM objects to add and configure packet filters. This is done by using the FPCIpPacketFilter object.
The following example adds a packet filter that applies to all the servers within the array arr:
' this code creates a static filter for a service that is running ' on the ISA server and needs to connect to ' NTP server on the Internet at a known address. Dim objFPC As New FPCLib.FPC Dim arr As FPCArray Dim pf As FPCIpPacketFilter Set arr = objFPC.Arrays.GetContainingArray Set pf = arr.ArrayPolicy.IpPacketFilters.Add("NetTime", fpcAllowingPacketFilter) pf.Description = "NTP filter for My App" ' apply to all servers in the array pf.AllServers = True pf.FilterType = fpcCustomFilterType pf.ProtocolNumber = 17 ' allow both send and receive pf.PacketDirection = fpcPfDirectionIndexBoth ' application runs on the ISA Server computer pf.SetLocalHost fpcPfDefaultProxyExternalIp pf.LocalPortType = fpcPfDynamicPort ' connecting to a well-known server on the Internet pf.RemotePortType = fpcPfFixedRemotePort pf.RemotePortNumber = 123 pf.SetRemoteHost fpcPfExternalIpRange, "184.108.40.206", "255.255.255.255" pf.LogMatchingPackets = False ' enable the filter pf.Enabled = True ' save the changes arr.Save