Microsoft, ISA Server, 2004, example config

Posted on 2007-10-09
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Last Modified: 2008-11-17
The purpose of the ISA Server in this example is to do nothing other than limit web site access and provide web caching.  No DMZ etc.  In principle does this look correct and the ISA server only needs I network card ?

External Router  :
Internal Firewall Untrusted Network Port :
Internal Firewall Trusted Network :

Ethernet Segment /24

Domain Controller : providing internal DNS and details of DNS forwarders for ISP etc.

ISA Server                 : IP Address
                         Subnet Mask
                                                       Gateway :   (not sure about this)
                                                       DNS :
                                                       DNS2 : (ISP DNS)
add persistentroute dest= mask= name="Local Area Connection" nhop= proto=NONDOD     preference=5 metric=2 view=both
set persistentroute dest= mask= name="Local Area Connection" nhop= proto=NONDOD     preference=5 metric=2 view=both

XP Client Proxy Address :
Question by:tickleonthetum
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dan_blagut earned 2000 total points
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Yes for proxy server function one network card is enough. But you have to select from Configuration - Network -> single network addapter. This is preconfig for proxy role.


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thanks Dan

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