[isalist] Re: ISA Server 2006 Intra-Array Communication

So... this is what I see (see attachment) after I import the SSL cert
received from VeriSign on both servers and attempt to assign it to a
listener.  It's driving me nuts. :(

Thoughts?

On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Jim Harrison <Jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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> This is set in the "Communication" tab of each server properties.
> You tell ISA what IP address to use and the interface is selected on that
> basis.
> Er..
> Why do you want them to communicate with each other via the external
> interface?
> There can be no web proxy listener operating there an so no intra-array
> communications can take place.
> Do the certs exist on all array members?  They must if you want to assign
> them to a VIP.
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Jerry Young
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> Subject: [isalist] ISA Server 2006 Intra-Array Communication
>
> All,
>
> I seem to recall reading something that talked about a Registry entry that
> can be used to tell ISA Server which interface to use for intra-array
> communication.  This is not the same as the UnicastInterHostCommSupport
> Registry value.
>
> Right now, I'm in the process of standing up a pair of ISA Servers in an
> array but am waiting for the network engineers to properly configure the
> switch port to which the external interface on one the servers is connected.
>  Until that time, the two servers can't communicate with each other over the
> external interfaces.  I'm running into some strange behavior (machine certs
> sometimes show as installed correctly, not installed correctly, or can't be
> found) when attempting to assign a certificate (different from the machine
> cert) to a listener that runs on top of an NLB VIP on the external
> interfaces and I'd like to rule out network connectivity between the two as
> a potential cause.
>
> Does anyone know of which I write or did I somehow muddle and morph
> something I read into something that doesn't exist?
> --
> Cordially yours,
> Jerry G. Young II
> Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
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Cordially yours,
Jerry G. Young II
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