Hi, my company divide has two buildings. I have isa between them. I create a new network object for the second part. Immediately after I create the network object I lose the ping. the range ip on the second building is 192.168.x.x
thanks paulo, how can I associate the network object to nic. I read the link you sent and I think I should be more specific. I have 4 network objects. 1-internal 2-external 3-external trusted 4- vpn. In the external trusted I associate 192.168.1.x to 192.168.40.x address range. now I can ping 192.168.80.x (due to access rule) but when I create new network object and give that 192.168.80.0 to 192.168.80.255 address range I lose my ping. The logging says fwx_e_unreachabeAddress
From: Amazon, Brazil
if you read carefully the article, you will see this:
You can create multiple ISA Firewall Networks on a single ISA Firewall. For example, suppose you wanted to create an ISA Firewall Network for wireless guest computers to connect to the Internet. In this case, you would add a third NIC to the ISA firewall (the other two interfaces are for the external interface and the internal interface). The third NIC would become the “root” of a new ISA Firewall Network. You would then assign addresses to that ISA Firewall Network. Each NIC on the ISA firewall needs to be on a different network ID, so after installing the third NIC, we assign it an IP address on a network ID that is different than the other two NICs. Then we assign IP addresses for the new ISA Firewall Network. In the figure below, you can see that all addresses on network ID 192.168.0.0/24 are part of the Guest ISA Firewall Network.