how to use 2 or more ADSL lines in ISA server?

hi all,

our current config is as follow:

  1 dc (2003)with 2 NICs(one internal network and the other for adsl connection) + isa server(2000) installed .

 a seperate server acts a terminal server (2003)...users connect to it through thinclients . we do lot of internet surfing ....in fact this is our main business. and believe me this configuration has greatly improved our production environment. we have better control on the internet sites users go .

more thinclients will be added , thus more adsl line will be needed. we are looking for a solution that can adhere to the above schema. i know 2 external NICs cannnot be configured in ISA. any suggestions will be welcomed.

regards

krystapovich






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Jay_Jay70Commented:
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
kryshtapovich,

sorry mate wrong Q
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SembeeCommented:
Get a router that can support dual WAN connections. These are starting to float on to the market under various names.
You will need to use two ADSL modems with Ethernet port so that you can connect both the to the device. Then connect your ISA server to that device.

Simon.
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