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Public client at clients site - 22.Jun.2008 5:26:12 AM   


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two senerios

1st senerio
i want to configure ISA2006EE in a corporate enviroment.i have to setup just think a mini ISP.i have a public IP range suppose  I want to give the public IPs from my range to the users which are behind ISA2006EE. is that possible? and can i also block these users when ever i want.

2nd senerio
i have some users behind ISA2006EE.i have a public IPs range and also a private IPs range. is that  possible that i can give puublic IPs to some users and pivate IPs to some users



Zahid Haseeb

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Interest ISA Server2004/2006, SHFA, VVR
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RE: Public client at clients site - 23.Jun.2008 9:09:32 AM   


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just answering your questions, the two scenario are possible to do. The first you have to subnet your IP range. The second too, you just need to create two networks in ISA, one for public IPs and other for private IPs. For example, like a DMZ.

Let me ask why are you wanna do this. Why donīt you leave your clients with private IP address?

Paulo Oliveira.

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RE: Public client at clients site - 23.Jun.2008 11:28:00 AM   


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Use the Private Range as the normal Default Internal Network.

For the Publilc Internal Network:
1. Add another Nic to the machine for it
2. Add anther Network Definition for it.  When prompted for the network "type" while creating it you need to use "internal".
3. Set the Network relationship to "routed" between this Network Definition and the External,...and also "routed" between it and the Internal.
4. Use strong, secure Access Rules


Phillip Windell

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