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using hp team of NIC with forefront

Dear Sir

In the hp proliant server, we can combine many NIC as one team NIC ,so many ethernet port can be a logically one NIC.

Is there a way to use the team NIC as the internal interface of the forefront tmg server ??

I create a team NIC , and trying to use it as internal interface of forefront,but this team NIC not shown in the list

Any idea ?

Regards
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spring80
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
team nic is not shown in 'what list'?
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spring80Author Commented:
when entering " launch getting started wizard"
and then "configure network settings"
when i arrive to the page "local area network settings"
there is list "network adapter connected to the lan"
the team NIC doesn't appear in this list
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Hisham_ElkouhaCommented:
I believe TMG deal with physical NICs only
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
The dont use the wizard that way. When prompted for the internal information, instead of trying to select an adaptor, use a network range instead. For example, if the subnet for inside is the 192.168.25.0 subnet, then just add that range (192.168.25.0 - 192.168.25.255) and FTMG will know which adaptor to use.

Keith
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spring80Author Commented:
ok i understand that is impossible to deal with logical NIC
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Of course it is not impossible. How do you think FTMG can operate on virtual servers?
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spring80Author Commented:
so if i use a network range ,it will be work the team nic ??
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spring80Author Commented:
but how i can use the network range instead of choosing the adapter ??
When i arrive to the page "local area network LAN settings" there is no network range to use .
so in any page should i choose the network range to use it ??
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Moot point now really as you have closed the question.
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spring80Author Commented:
i closed the question because one expert told me that is impossible to deal with logical nic so i closed the question, but other expert told me that is possible ,so i ask him how to do
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
When you run the install, FTMG (and ISA Server) ask you what addresses are associated with the internal network. You can either select from an adaptor, an ip address range, select known private address ranges (this includes ALL of the 192.168.x.y/16, ALL of the 10.x.y.z/8 and the 172.16.x.y/16 ranges which is too much). By selecting the ip address range, you can include the internal ip addresses you associate with your internal LAN as opposed to selecting an adaptor and letting FTMG/ISA select the addresses associated with it.

To put it into context, once the system is installed, you may want to create a new network entity that incorporates all of a subnet off a router in your dmz for example. That network doesn't even have a nic on the FTMG/ISA server but you can still create a network for it.
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spring80Author Commented:
it is work
thanks youuuu
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spring80Author Commented:
ok i understand ,i am sorry for that.
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