Internet Related/Filtering/Firewall Thread, isa 2006 and hardware firewall in Technical; we have had new windows 2008 servers installed wunning on hyper-v and a hardware firewall, a NETGEAR ProSafe Gigabit Quad ...
24th October 2012, 01:31 PM #1
isa 2006 and hardware firewall
we have had new windows 2008 servers installed wunning on hyper-v and a hardware firewall, a NETGEAR ProSafe Gigabit Quad WAN SSL VPN Firewall SRX5308, a rule is set on the hardware fierwall so that http inbound is directed towards our webserver and https inbound is directed towards our mail server.
i was wondering and i have had a look myself (with no luck) if i could direct https and http connections to our isa 2006 server, that they have set up in a single network card configuration and have it direct the traffic to the correct server (as a relay), as id like all our websites to have access to port 443 not just the mail server.
24th October 2012, 01:39 PM #2
Yes you could. Although are you using ISA for anything at the moment? Or just thinking of installing it for the sake of doing this?
As I would use a dedicated Reverse Proxy rather then ISA.
24th October 2012, 01:54 PM #3
we use the isa in conjunction with websence to filter what the students/teachers/stupport staff etc are up to online, the topology is like this
the hardware fierwall only allows the servers to access the internet, http and https, everything else needs to connect to the isa server and pass through the websence gateway to be filtered and then allowed out to the internet.
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