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type of service (tos) in forefront tmg 2010

Posted on 2011-02-15
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Hi,

I have 2  Internet service providers (ISP) and I would like to have some services from internal to external using ISP A and some services using ISP B ... How can I do it ?

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You don't.

FTMG has two states when used with ISP-R functionality (the functionality that allows for two external interfaces - i.e. two ISP's).

State one is load-balancing where both services are active and by default each connection carries 50% of the load. You have the ability to put bias towards one or other of the connections if you want if one is a bigger pipe than the other for example. In the event of a failure on one of those connections the other would take 100% of the load.

State 2 has one connection active with 100% od the load. If that connection fails then 100% of the load is transferred to the other connection.

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