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failover? - 15.Nov.2004 4:59:00 PM   


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three linked sites all with ip connectivity
2 connections to internet LL internet and DSL internet. VPN meshed.

ISA2004 standard used purley as web cache per site

our business apps(https) are sat on the internet.

how can i configure ISA so if the prime internet fails it will divert a request to another isa?

had a look in web chaining but couldnt get it to work? how does chaining rules work? starts at the top of list and goes down til it matches a rule that works?.
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RE: failover? - 16.Nov.2004 4:13:00 AM   


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Hi Moz,

For Web Proxy client connections, configure a backup route.


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RE: failover? - 17.Nov.2004 5:19:00 PM   


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not sure i understand, configure within web chaining?

the default route that is in there doesnt allow backup route, as the primary is direct to internet

would i configure for the rule to use itself as an upstream server?

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