Connecting device directly bypassing ISA
Posted on 2004-10-13
I was just hired by non-profit organization to do tech staff and one of the problems is that i am new to Microsoft ISA(internet security and Acces..) and to network overall. One of the users wants to use broadband videoPhone on LAN, which is device with its own firewall and needs to be connect directly to internet. However, there is simple ISA setup and Cisco 675 router configured in server side. I have been trying to figure out what would be the best way to conect only this paricular device directly to internet bypassing filters
P.S there is idea on conecting between the ISA external interface and the LAN interface of the Cisco router, but in office where the device and user PC is placed, has only one jack in use. So we are using a switch to connect PC and device. I guess i could connect that particular jack to external subnet, but then the user PC will not be in business domain any more. Is there a way around?