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ISA 2006 configuration - 5.May2010 9:25:20 AM   
nitin.lokhande

 

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Hi All,

Hope all are doing Well.

I have installed ISA 2006 server on dual NIC adapter pc.Two NiC adapter has been configured as Internal & External.We have one public ip adress and i have configured it for External NIC.
Described Access rule but still unable to access internet and RDP,ping to other internal network pc's.
Below are my queries.
1.The ISA server is not in Domain,it is in Workgroup-->is it right.
2.Should i need to connect direct internet line to one of the NIC adapter.
3.How to test it on Test environment.

Can anybody advise me on the above queries.

Thanks,
Nitin

< Message edited by nitin.lokhande -- 5.May2010 9:29:34 AM >
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RE: ISA 2006 configuration - 25.May2010 5:51:53 PM   
pwindell

 

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Hope all are doing Well.

Actually I have a headache,...but I'll make it,...it's almost time to go home :-).

I have installed ISA 2006 server on dual NIC adapter pc.Two NiC adapter has been configured as Internal & External.We have one public ip adress and i have configured it for External NIC.

Sounds good.

Described Access rule but still unable to access internet and RDP,ping to other internal network pc's.

By default Nothing can communicate directly to the ISA, or directly from the ISA,...except for what is defined in System Policies.

Below are my queries.
1.The ISA server is not in Domain,it is in Workgroup-->is it right.


No.

Debunking the Myth that the ISA Firewall Should Not be a Domain Member
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Debunking-Myth-that-ISA-Firewall-Should-Not-Domain-Member.html

2.Should i need to connect direct internet line to one of the NIC adapter.


That "depends".  It is not a simple "yes-or-no" question or answer.

3.How to test it on Test environment

Can't say,...don't know anything about the test environment you have available.

_____________________________

Phillip Windell

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