Split the internet access between the users of the same network segment
Posted on 2010-08-12
We have two companies on the same network segment due to an old IP phone system using MAC as identifier.
There are two different Windows 2003 AD domains and two internet connections: one over a Juniper firewall and the other one over an ISA 2006 firewall.
I need to route the users of each company over their own firewall when in the office and also to allow the notebook users to use the IE “automatically detect settings” option when on the road.
I am loading the default gateway on the logon script instead of DHCP but I have problems loading the proxy for IE
I cannot use WPAD with DHCP because they are both using the same DHCP sever, neither I can use WPAD with DNS because one of the companies has a remote branch office (and that will push these users to go over the ISA Server in the Head office).
Is there a way using GP to have the users to connect to ISA on port 8080 when in the office and to “automatically detect settings” when on the road?