[isalist] Re: Simple question

  • From: Jim Harrison <Jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "isalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <isalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 07:28:53 -0700

That depends; what do you want from ISA?

-        Web proxy

-        * Winsock proxy

-        * SOCKS proxy

-        * Server-publishing (SMTP, IMAP, POP3)

-        Web-publishing (Exchange, MOSS, etc.)

-        * Site-to-site VPN

-        Dial-in VPN
Anything marked with a "*" is unavailable id you decide to deploy ISA in 
single-network mode.
If you can change the "router" subnet, that's the simplest task.
You'll then use the 192.168.255 as the ISA internal network.
This way, you don't have to re-IP your whole network.


From: isalist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:isalist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Justin Martin
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2008 7:16 AM
To: isalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [isalist] Simple question

Ok so i am somewhat new to ISA and was wondering if someone can make some 

The setup in question is this.

The user is currently using 192.168.255.x / for the internal 
The dns server is
The router (dlink) is configured as and acts as the gateway for 
all machines. The router is not configured to use a DMZ and incoming traffic is 
using the NAT. They do not have a static ip on the internet side.

When placing the ISA box into the network should the ip address scheme change? 
or can it simply be added to the domain and used in the same range?

Should I just put the ISA box on the DMZ and let it take care of all of the 
traffic inbound via rules?

Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.
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