RE: Bypass ISA with Intranet

Static route from the internal nic on your ISA server to your database server? 
Open a command prompt and type "route print" or "route ?" to see command 
variables.
 
There is certainly a way to do this in ISA, but it escapes me....
 
Ed Sullivan 
IT Director 
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KMA Direct Communications 
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From: Faizal Khan [mailto:mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Guys,
 
Need your help on this one.
I have an intranet database and any web requests made passes through my ISA 
Server.  I am looking to bypass my firewall for Intranet.  Any ideas!
Thanks!
 
With Kind Regards,
Khan
____________________________
Faizal Khan
MIS Manager
Guyana Forestry Commission
1 Water Street, Kingston, 
Georgetown, GUYANA.
Tel :  + (592) 226-7272
Fax : + (592) 226-8956
Email: Forestry.mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Website: http://www.forestry.gov.gy <http://www.forestry.gov.gy/> 
 
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