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Demand Dial - 26.Jun.2001 5:51:00 PM   
davidhomer

 

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Hello,

Im used to using Proxy Server 2 but want to move to ISA server but Im stuck

I want to enable autodial between certain hours - Also I would like to enable two dialups one for Work hours and one for outside work hours

If anyone can help davidhomer@hotmail.com

That would be a GREAT help!


Thanks


Dave

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RE: Demand Dial - 27.Jun.2001 10:20:00 PM   
jbfields3

 

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I'm pretty certain that you can do the things you are asking about with ISA right out of the box.

J


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RE: Demand Dial - 28.Jun.2001 7:12:00 AM   
mitchhuey

 

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Dave,

You can accomplish what you want to by using ISA and the Routing and Remote Access Service for Windows 2000. These two components work very well together.

Mitch


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RE: Demand Dial - 1.Jul.2001 5:09:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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quote:
Originally posted by davidhomer:
Hello,

Im used to using Proxy Server 2 but want to move to ISA server but Im stuck

I want to enable autodial between certain hours - Also I would like to enable two dialups one for Work hours and one for outside work hours

If anyone can help davidhomer@hotmail.com

That would be a GREAT help!


Thanks


Dave


Hi Dave,

You can do this by using the built-in schedules Policy Elements, or you can create your own schedules.

Once you have created the schedules, you can apply them to rules, such as Protocol Rules, Bandwidth Rules, Site and Content Rules.

If you want to prevent dial-up for certain hours, use the schedule on all of your Protocol Rules and Site and Content Rules.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Demand Dial - 30.Jul.2001 8:52:00 PM   
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quote:
Originally posted by davidhomer:
Hello,

Im used to using Proxy Server 2 but want to move to ISA server but Im stuck

I want to enable autodial between certain hours - Also I would like to enable two dialups one for Work hours and one for outside work hours

If anyone can help davidhomer@hotmail.com

That would be a GREAT help!


Thanks


Dave


Hi I agree with the above apart from the Dial-up schedule. I am unable to prevent ISA dialing out even when I have nothing else set up. It dials the ISP then stops anyone internal form doing anything. As I am using the same server for DNS and DHCP I have to leave it on but unplug the ISDN connection to stop it connecting(I only have unmetered 6 till 8).

If any one knows how to add a schedule to the dial-up object please let me know.

Clive


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