ISA 2006 configuration

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  • kojo1984
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    Hi!

    This is scenario.

    I have two separate locations, location 1 and location 2.

    Location 1 i 2 are connected over MPLS.

    Location 1:
    Only connected to LOCATION 2. Network is 192.168.10.0 and gtw is 192.168.10.220 (MPLS router).

    Location 2:
    Connected to LOCATION 1 (thru MPLS, gtw 192.168.1.220) and internet (thru ISA server 2006, gtw 192.168.1.1). ISA is a VPN server.

    It is W2k8 domain enviroment.

    How to enable users from LOCATION 2 to comunicate with users in LOCATION 1 and preserve connection to internet?


    Dumber
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    #200487

    Re: ISA 2006 configuration

    site-to-site vpn if this is possible?


    kojo1984
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    #285077

    Re: ISA 2006 configuration

    Dumber;183939 wrote:
    site-to-site vpn if this is possible?

    No it is not :(.

    I have a MPLS that is connecting offices. It is in routing mode. When I configure a client from Location 2 with gateway 192.168.1.220, I can ping clients in LOCATION 1, but client loses connectivity to internet.


    Dumber
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    #200488

    Re: ISA 2006 configuration

    I think you should connect all the offices with MPLS.
    At one or multiple locations you create some internet connections, place ISA over there and done…

    So someting like this:
    Office 1 –office 3
    Office 2 –<mpls/


    kojo1984
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    #285078

    Re: ISA 2006 configuration

    Dumber;183943 wrote:
    I think you should connect all the offices with MPLS.
    At one or multiple locations you create some internet connections, place ISA over there and done…

    So someting like this:
    Office 1 –office 3
    Office 2 –<mpls /

    My offices look like this:
    Office 1 mlpsoffice 2 –>

    Configured Office 2 computers with startup script that adds route for OFFICE 1 network…

    Solved problem with that…

    But I have a place to use upper proposition, so thank you a lot :beer:


    Dumber
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    #200494

    Re: ISA 2006 configuration

    And that’s the configuration I indeed meant :)

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