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Installation choices, can you point me in the right direction?

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Installation choices, can you point me in the right dir... - 18.Jan.2006 5:12:45 PM   
mmaltby

 

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Hi

I want to install ISA 2004 on a Win 2003 machine.

I realise that there is a wealth of knowledge on isaserver.org but I am hoping some kind soul(s) will help me get started quickly rather than me wading though a load of tech stuff that isnt necessarily appropriate. The install is on a non production machine at the moment so I have the luxury of trial and error/learn as I go!

OK here is the scenario.

1 x SDSL Router
1 x ISA F/W
1 x "main" internal network
1 x DMZ?

The last item on the list is really where the question focal point is.

I am pretty happy about how to setup my external interface to the router and then the insternal network. What I also have is a number of web servers and an FTP server which I dont want on the internal LAN for obvious reasons. Running just 1 ISA F/W I cant hreally have the classic DMZ but this leaves me a bit unsure about how to setup these external machines?

I want these other machines protected by the ISA rather than stand-alone on the Router. I also need to be able to push/pull files using a mcahine on the LAN accessing the web/ftp servers but I dont want traffic to be public access into my LAN!

Do I setup another internal network for the web/ftp servers and then apply rules on how they can route with the main LAN or should I be following some DMZ setup Wizard?

I realise there is much RTFMing I can do here. However if you can help me get the main infrastructure into place then I can work on understanding what I have and pinning down a config that could be eventually put into production.

Many TIA

Matt
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RE: Installation choices, can you point me in the right... - 19.Jan.2006 3:35:58 AM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Matt,

Here's a good place to start:

http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/2004wirelessdmzpart1.html

You should also check out our book to learn how the ISA firewall works. Worst thing you can do for your network is to have a misconfigured firewall.

Let me know if you have questions on that article.

Thanks!
Tom

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