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rz -> Web proxy client required? (4.Feb.2005 8:23:00 PM)

Will web caching work with NAT clients? Does the client have to use a Proxy server?
I have ordered ISA Server 2004, hopfully it will clear up some mysteries.

Thanks,
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RZ

[ February 04, 2005, 08:24 PM: Message edited by: rz ]




ianfermo -> RE: Web proxy client required? (5.Feb.2005 9:29:00 AM)

Hi,

There are 3 types of clients for ISA Server 2004 for you to use. It only depends on you on what type of security you need.

1. SecureNAT Clients
2. WebProxy Clients
3. Firewall Clients

Cheers,




andyhud007 -> RE: Web proxy client required? (18.Feb.2005 2:00:00 PM)

I think what he is saying is do clients that use the ISA SERVER 2004 as their Default Gateway have the ability to retrieve objects from the ISA Server 2004 Cache?

Or... do you have to have the firewall client installed on the clients and/or set the clients to use the ISA SERVER 2004 as a Proxy Server?

I remember with ISA 2000 that clients could be SecureNAT clients and still retrieve items (including downloaded files) from the cache without problems.

Anyone shed any light?

Regards

Andy




rz -> RE: Web proxy client required? (18.Feb.2005 5:12:00 PM)

Yes, that was my question. I've been reading ISA Server 2004, and it mentions firewall client with regard to caching, but it isn't specific. We have many customers on an internal VLAN (wirelesss access points) and it's awkward to install fc on them. Plus, they have to be a Windows box, so we are using Secure Nat for them.

Thanks,
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Robert




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