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Cross subnets?? - 3.Oct.2011 12:00:07 PM   


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I'm currently using ISA server with a dual NIC config for web proxy, firewall, and VPN. They're all setup and working properly. However if you VPN into site A from offsite you are stuck there. (to that subnet)

I was wondering if there was any way to program routes into the ISA server or something like that.

VPN into site A using the cable internet (external NIC)
But communicate with site B through the MPLS (internal NIC)

Any help is greatly appreciated!!
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RE: Cross subnets?? - 30.Jan.2013 10:47:31 AM   


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I know this is an old message, but..

ISA/TMG has to be fully functional and routable to the entire Corp Network (forget about geography). It should already be like that from the beginning even if no VPN is being used. Then when a user VPNs in with Remote Access VPN into the ISA/TMG then they can reach everything it can reach as long as they enable "Use gateway on remote network" in their Dialup Settings.


Phillip Windell

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