I have read document about ISA server, and tried on configuring Publishing server (POP3+SMTP) for Host A can use Outlook Express check mail from both local network and internet. I implied 10.10.11.x/24 is external network and 192.168.100.x/24 is internal network. But I failed, because external IP, in my local network, is an private IP. Moreover, my server mail is Qmail in Linux, instead of MS Exchange Mail Server
From: Viet Nam
Hi tshinder Thanks your reply I'm sorry, I have still not understood your guide in the case yet.Pls help me one more, more detail more better if u can do and have free-time
I infer from your idea which you have just helped me. My inference is suitable your idea ??? Step 1: I need to have to setup a local DNS server and create domains for my local mail-servers ??? Local DNS server is on ISA server, it also supports to forward to Internet-DNS ???
Step 2: In NIC 192.168.100.1, config DNS is the local DNS which has just setup ???
Step 3: In NIC of HostA, config DNS is the local DNS which is on ISA Server ??? In Outlook, config account mail with POP3/SMTP by domains of local mail-servers created in step 1
From: Viet Nam
Hi all I inferred from tshinder's idea. And I configured by that inference, but I failed.
Would you please to help me ?
In wingate, we can map a pair of IPs between network 192.168.100.x and network 10.10.11.x. I wonder,why people said ISA is stronger than wingate but ISA does not have a way to solve my problem. Maybe, ISA is weaker than wingate, at least in my case
Because I want to try on using ISA, I also try my best to how to configure ISA with my network. But I can not do myself. So, I have had you help me. And maybe nobody can help me