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2 internet connections - 18.Feb.2004 7:19:00 PM   
chad.brown

 

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ISA server 2004 supports multiple networks. Good news! I was wondering if anyone has used it to configure multiple connections to the internet. We were forced to go with a T1 connection due to the need for upstream performance (Webs, FTP, etc)

However, our internal folks were not impressed with general browsing as compared to our old Cable Modem ISP which consistently delivered 3M download speeds.

I know that there are more complex network architectures that would support multiple paths (one for server inbound access and response and one for general workstation external access) but wondering if the new flexibility found in ISA 2004 could handle this configuration from a single gateway perspective.

Does anyone know? If the answer is yes do you have any advice on the configuration?

Thanks,

Chad
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RE: 2 internet connections - 19.Feb.2004 12:54:00 AM   
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Hi Chad,

You'll still need to use a third party app to do this.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: 2 internet connections - 19.Feb.2004 5:06:00 PM   
chad.brown

 

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Thanks for the reply Tom. If you have any advice as to the best 3rd party to consider I would be interested.

Thanks again,

Chad

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RE: 2 internet connections - 20.Feb.2004 1:02:00 AM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Chad,

RainConnect is definitely the best way to go.

HTH<
Tom

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