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ISA 2006 with single NIC

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Can we give the access to the internet via ISA server from the other brnach subnets .
Isa server on the 192.168.128.0 network and working fine .
just i am thinking of connecting my other two DATA IP VPN via isa server . branch network in the 192.168.127.0 and 192.168.126.0 subnets

how can i setup this routing to happen on the ISA server ? needs to add any networks ?

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There is no routing.  You put the proxy settings in the user's Browser and it works as long as the User's machine is capable of reaching the ISA.

On the ISA you add all those other IP Segments to the Internal Network specs and give the ISA a Static Route telling what Device to use as the gateway to get to those other subnets.  That Static Route is just telling the ISA how to use the routing that is already in place,...it is not really creating any new routing.
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