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Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 15.Jan.2012 5:17:26 AM   
ahmednight

 

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Hi all,


I have Winserver03 & ISA 2006 with 2 NIC card. I enable DHCP in winser03

two Issues,

1) I need to allow File&printer Sharing through ISA between the internal Clients.
I've allowed (Netbios (Datagram,Name Service, and Netbios Session), and TCP 445) to From Internal & local host and to Internal & local host. No luck!


2) And I need to Allow VPN connection out through ISA.
I've add all VPN and IPsec protocol, No luck also !

Any help is appreciated....
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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 19.Jan.2012 4:00:52 AM   
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On first issue - allow All outbound traffic from Internal to Internal, File and Printer sharing not use just NetBIOS, you can see what other protocols are used if you monitor session or start NetMon...

On Second issue, you must configure VPN client access through ISA Management Console. Delete access rule you define and set VPN client access... I can't remember what is structure in ISA 2006, In TMG on left pane is Remote Access Policy (VPN), i think in ISA is same, but can't remember. After configuration, you must specify what resorces of internal network are alloewed for VPN users and vice versa

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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 23.Jan.2012 8:47:53 AM   
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Hi and thx for the Reply,

For the Files and sharing issue, I already tried to allow Internal to internal no luck!!!

and about the Netbios ports + 445 port I get the from the logs.


Any other ideas??

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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 23.Jan.2012 1:29:53 PM   
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ISA has nothing to do with file sharing among your clients,...They do not use the ISA to communicate with each other.  ISA should not be involved at all.

If your LAN has a design that changed that concept then you need to make the network design clear.  I never assume that the question being originally asked is the correct question to be asked in the first place.

A man #1 goes to mechanic #1 and asks the mechanic to replace the engine.  The mechanic doesn't ask "why", he just changes the engine and charges the man $4,500.00.   Turns out there was nothing wrong with the engine,...the man only needed a new battery, but too late now.

Man #2 goes to mechanic #2 and asks the mechanic #2 to replace the engine.  The mechanic #2 asks "Why?".  The man #2 says it won't start.  The mechanic checks further, and ask more annoying questions that irritate man #2 and he starts calling the mechanic names and says, "Why don't you just give me what I asked for!".  The mechanic #2 replaces the battery and charges the Man #2 $80.  The man is not so irritated now.

I always ask "why".

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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 26.Jan.2012 10:24:20 AM   
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Appreciate your post,

But the thing is, I am enable to ping the ISA server and make files&printer sharing with it, while between internal I can't ?!

here my network design:

ISA have 2 NIC (WAN"internet")
(LAN) 192.168.0.1 "DHCP enabled from WindowsServer2003"

LAN ==> Main SW (Linksys swicth)
Main SW ==> Wireless Device + Wire users
Wireless Device(Nanostation 2.4)  "192.168.0.222" ==> Other users "me here"
My PC 192.168.0.5
From my PC 192.168.0.222, 192.168.0.1 is pingable
other Internel users "Reply from 192.168.0.5:Destination unreachable"


Thx in Advance...

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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 26.Jan.2012 12:16:17 PM   
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There is nothing I can do with that.

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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 28.Jan.2012 9:34:09 AM   
ahmednight

 

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After making some test, I found that the problem with the Wireless devices
and ISA don't have anything to do with internal files share...

would doubt that wireless without ur comment
Many thinks

Any Idea about the VPN ?? still could not establish a connection to a remote VPN server (with dial up) unless the ISA is connected to the internet with a public IP, otherwise authorization failed, I read that
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http://blogs.technet.com/b/isablog/archive/2009/01/07/a-pptp-client-might-fail-to-connect-to-a-vpn-server-on-the-internet-through-an-isa-server-2006.aspx
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it is NAT problem, but isn't there an easy way to go around it other than the mention above ??

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RE: Files&Printer Sharing, VPN Connection - 30.Jan.2012 9:34:48 AM   
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If the ISA does not have a Public IP then it is not an Edge Firewall,...hence there is an Edge firewall Outbound from the ISA,...the problem is there with that Firewall.

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