Enterprise Software Thread, TMG 2010: Someone Find me Something High to Jump Off in Technical; Originally Posted by Domino
Or a gateway to Hell? Both need firewalling...
I'll put it this way, I think the ...
6th December 2011, 01:13 PM #16
I'll put it this way, I think the nuclear bomb would need to be heavily blessed by the past three popes before being dropped from orbit in order to have any noticible effect.
Originally Posted by Domino
13th December 2011, 06:06 PM #17
Well, I have now replaced TMG with ISA, we'll see if it really was TMG that was the cause of all the issues.
15th December 2011, 11:53 AM #18
Was TMG a replacement for "ISA"?
15th December 2011, 03:49 PM #19
As it happens my blame may have been misplaced, ISA is in and while it is working a little better there are still issues. There is 'something' wrong in the network and I have no idea where to even start looking. My only option may be to just point all the clients directly at the router and let them connect directly to see if that works.
Stupid internet, it would not be so bad except this school has decided to 'cloud' a bunch of their stuff therby putting all their most important stuff over the weakest possible link avalible. I really would like a chasum to open up and swallow various cloud datacenters around the world so that we can get back to a sane model that works rather than attempting to do the equvilent of pushing an elephant throught an unreliable bendy straw.
15th December 2011, 03:53 PM #20
TMG = Forefront Threat Managment Gateway 2010 which was the replacement to ISA (Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2006), the whole line is comming to an end though to either be integrated into Windows Server itself or being pushed into the higher end and cost product Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG).
Originally Posted by IanT
21st December 2011, 02:38 PM #21
I don't know if you have a contract (SLA) with the internet pipe owners ? perhaps packetloss ? let them do some measurements ? maybe fire up wireshark on several locations ?
just some idea's here
Thanks to bio from:
SYNACK (22nd December 2011)
22nd December 2011, 01:59 AM #22
Thanks, I'm thinking so. Wireshark is probably the next step along with opening up the SNMP stuff on the router (provider-owned) and seeing if that manages to give out any new information on the situation. Its just one of those dirty issues that is not easy to pin down and so a pain to resolve.
Originally Posted by bio
25th December 2011, 11:52 AM #23
- Rep Power
Causing me nothing but trouble too... It was Viglen's answer to a question no-body asked!
Originally Posted by SYNACK
All I want for Christmas is my own network without hindrance from a "one-size-fits-all" provider!
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