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KB Article 316356 is not very clear... - 17.Sep.2003 8:02:00 PM   


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I've Web Server in Server Publishing mode with ISA server. This means there is only one Active session ( ISA to Web server ) and all the connections from ISA to web server must be using same session. The KB article 316356 discuss issue with ISA Server limits each client to forty SecureNAT mappings. Seems like this is not true as performance log is showing 240 secure NAt mappings which is confusing whereas total connections from ISA to web servers are 451 established ( using Netstat ).
I am trying the tune the performance of ISA and needs some clarification on kb article.

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RE: KB Article 316356 is not very clear... - 18.Sep.2003 9:05:00 PM   


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Hi Pi,

This issue is only for SecureNAT client connections and DMZ configs when you have configured the downstream to be a SecureNAT client of the upstream. For firewall to Web server connecitons, it not an issue.


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RE: KB Article 316356 is not very clear... - 20.Apr.2006 2:20:30 PM   


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Sorry to bring this back from the dead, but...

Dr. Schinder, do you know where I can find guidance on adjusting this value?  We have implemented an internal ISA2004 caching only proxy service where each internal proxy server is a SecureNAT client on our existing ISA2000 firewall.  Each proxy server processes approximately 150-200 Proxy Requests/second.  As such the 40 connection limit causes any transfer that takes longer than 1-10 seconds (depending on current load) to fail.

PSS has not been helpful on this issue, any guidance you can offer would be appreciated.  Especially what is the valid range for msFPCConnectionQuota?  What can I monitor to determine the correct number for my ISA 2004 proxy servers?

ISA 2000 is scheduled to be retired in 2-3 weeks, but until then I need a workaround.

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