Sunny.C -> ISA Web caching (15.Nov.2006 9:12:11 PM)
I will be planning on deploying ISA 2006 for my work in the next few months. I was just wondering if there is anything new or improved with ISA's web caching?? Is it still a good idea to have DNS on ISA installed as caching-only and using ISP as a forwarder? Is that no longer a good idea or really does not do much?
Thanks in advance.
tshinder -> RE: ISA Web caching (20.Nov.2006 9:58:54 AM)
DNS configuration depends on your perferences and requirements.
No changes in the Web caching feature.
Sunny.C -> RE: ISA Web caching (20.Nov.2006 5:21:10 PM)
Is it a good idea to use a caching DNS on ISA both for security and performance?
I have seen a certain degree of a performance boost when using caching DNS on ISA. Just wondering really how many of you actually use caching DNS and what you think of the concept.
tshinder -> RE: ISA Web caching (24.Nov.2006 12:44:30 PM)
It's a good idea to use a caching DNS server, although it can be on another machine, it doesn't have to be on the ISA Firewall.
Sunny.C -> RE: ISA Web caching (24.Nov.2006 6:44:07 PM)
Would it not be faster response time if it on the ISA box? Is there any disadvantages of having it on ISA rather than another box?
tshinder -> RE: ISA Web caching (26.Nov.2006 10:44:51 AM)
Depends on the design. I've not noticed any perceptible differences.