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2 connections simultaneously - 13.Dec.2006 6:37:57 AM   
Maro81

 

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Hello,

We are running ISA 2000, and we have around 30 users joint on one domain.

I am wondering if I can set up 2 WAN connections simultaneously on the ISA server where I can seperate the users based on connection.

For example I want 15 users to browse the internet using connection1, and the other users to browse using connection 2.

Can the ISA 2000 perform this task???

Appreciate ur help.

Thanks!

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RE: 2 connections simultaneously - 13.Dec.2006 8:31:31 AM   
elmajdal

 

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NO.

ISA in all its versions, does not support multiple gateways ( WANS, ISPs )

we all do hope that this ability will be available with ISA Server 2008

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RE: 2 connections simultaneously - 13.Dec.2006 3:26:30 PM   
CyberGuy

 

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I'm writing software that will do this but I don't have a lot of time to spend on it and am looking for good C++ programmers that will help. First, I don't want to spend a lot of time since I'm hoping that Microsoft will implement this is ISA 2008, but I'm not getting my hopes up. I've actually got a proof of concept working in VBScript; yes you read that right, VBScript, but it really needs to be done in C++ and it doesn't handle incoming DNS load balancing, SMTP HELLO translation, etc. It's not the VBScript I wrote a year ago that just switches between the two connections, but actually changes the MAC/IP source/destination addresses. Anyone interested in helping?

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