Everyday in the morning, the company is losing Internet connectivity. In order to restore it, sometimes i can simply restart the firewall service, sometimes I need to disable/enable the internal NIC, and sometimes i need to reboot. When this happens I cannot ping the internal IP but I can RDP to the box, which is strange. This all seems to be related to the number of connections to the DC but i cannot be sure. Things I've tried:
- Rebuild the cache file
- Disable the Flood Mitigation Settings
- Increase the timeout for Connectivity Verification (see Error below)
None of this seems to do anything. Here are some log and event viewer entries i'm seeing:
ISA Server Detects routes through the network adapter that do not correlate with the network to which this network adapter belongs...
The routing table for the network adapter Internal includes IP address ranges that are not defined in the array-level network.
Windows cannot determine the computer name. Group policy aborted. The user in this case was the ISA admin account. After this error, the internet was lost.
The number of concurrent TCP connections from the source IP address .... exceeded the configured limit. (This seems to come up after a firewall service restart)
I get alot of Concurrent TCP connections from One IP address alerts. Systems do not seem to be compromised though as the IP address is never consistently the same. Granted they are DHCP so they may just be pulling different addresses. One of them is my machine actually. Once that I see though is from an outside IP address.
Connectivity Verifier "DNS" (and "DHCP") reported an error when trying to connect to (internal DC). The request timed out.
Could I have a DNS issue?
ISA Server detected routes through the network adapter Internal that do not correlate with the network to which this network adapter belongs.
The IP address it gives for this error are in our DHCP scope so not sure why this error happens.
All in all, once i restart the services, everything is ok for the day. Then the next day comes and boom, same thing.
Driving me crazy.