RE: No Internet Access IN ISA Itself

Hi Mark,
 
this is normal behaviour. ISA is a firewall and not a workstation ;-)
 
If you need access from ISA to external you need to define packet filters
for the protocol/ports you want to access. The only exception is for web
browsing. You can make the browser on ISA a web proxy client. Define in your
browser the internal interface of ISA as proxy server.
 
Regards,
Stefaan
-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Barton [mailto:mark.barton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: zondag 24 februari 2002 19:11
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] No Internet Access IN ISA Itself


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Hi, I have an ISA Server configured to use a dial-up Account to the
Internet, I have Packets Filters and IP Routing Enabled, When I try to
access the internet from the ISA Itself it just times out but everything
works fine from the client PC's - I have enabled the DHCP Packet filter as
described on ISAServer.org
 
When I check the packet filter logs the Source IP appears as the public IP
address instead of the private address of the server and it blocks the
request - Is this correct??
 
Regards
 
Mark Barton
MCP
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