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Routing - 30.May2007 8:29:06 AM   
velt

 

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Hello,

I was wondering if i could make ISA 2006 route between two networks that are on different subnets.

For example: John logs in to an ip adres 192.168.0.10 to acces a computer. Exualy this computer has the IP adres 10.103.10.10. Can ISA route the request for 192.168.0.10 to the computer 10.103.10.10?


Cincerely,

Bart Velt
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RE: Routing - 30.May2007 5:50:00 PM   
Jason Jones

 

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Yep!

ISA 2k4 or 2k6 can both use NAT or route realtionships between two networks.

This is commonly use to segment internal networks using ISA as an internal firewall where you don't necessarily need to perform NAT.

Cheers

JJ

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