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  1. #1
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    Question New Installation

    My scenario user-->isaserver--->router

    we plan to keep using isa server and install untangle between the isa and router

    users-->isaserver--->untangle---->router

    how to go for it???guidance required!!

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    Untangle Ninja hescominsoon's Avatar
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    put the untangle in bridge mode and it'll perform just fine..

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    After you bypass a few things...

    To be honest you're better off killing ISA server in your SBSbox and putting Untangle in the front as a router.

    Better security, no issues with domain authentication and other LAN issues, and Untangle is on the edge of the network where it belongs.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
    NexgenAppliances.com
    Phone: 866-794-8879 x201
    Email: support@nexgenappliances.com

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    our current scenario is Router > ISA > swtich
    i installed isa and want the scenario to be
    Router > Untangle > ISA > Switch
    so i configured the interfaces in this way
    Router
    Router nic1 external with real ip
    Router nic2 internal with private ip
    Untangle
    Nic1 external with real ip
    Nic2 Bridged to external
    ISA
    nic1 external with real ip
    nic2 internal with private ip
    so the connection between them was like this
    the external nic of the untangle connected to the router
    the internal nic of the untangle connected to the external nic of the ISA
    the internal nic of the isa connected to the switch
    so what happened is i have connectivity on the untangle but the user have no connectivity and i see that the internal nic on untangle reports that it is disconected
    what should i do to mak it work
    wht did i configure wrong

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