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can we 3 internet connecting on one ISA with 2 Network cards ?

Posted on 2006-11-08
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can we have  3 internet connecting on one ISA with 2 Network cards ?

i.e

Manager going throue isa to DSL connection 512k
Staff using internet throue isa to deffrent DSL connection 256k
visetor using internet throue isa to diffrent DSL connection 128k

By 2 network card
 one internal "lan
one for external " internet" conected to switch then to the DSL's modems.

or we must have 4 NIC

regards
kfna
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by:LBACIS
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It does not work very well, I would actually buy an appliance to solve this like a watchguard or a F5 balancer.
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Keith Alabaster earned 500 total points
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This will not work at all. Routes are dictated by ip adddresses or by traffic-type , not by user groups or user names. ISA does not have a way of assigning a route to a user group name. Bottom line, ISA would not know which external interface to use so would use the default one all the time regardless of the internal user involved. Sorry.

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Keith
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by:kfna_it
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thanks all

thank you Mr. LABCIS

Mr. keith_alabaster are there any solution like what Mr.LABCIS said ?

Regards
KFNA
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by:Keith Alabaster
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Not based on the requirement you have listed because you are basing the need on a username and usernames cannot affect the network layer.

A work around could be as simple as placing the 2nd Internet connection directly to a network card on the PC used by the manager with a personal firewall installed so that it is for his workstation use only. This would remove the need for him/her ti use the ISA server for filtering.
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by:Keith Alabaster
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Thanks :)
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