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    Publishing Websites

    Hi,

    We currently use ISA 2006 to publish multiple internal sites to the internet through our single public IP address. With ISA 2006 being unsupported now we are thinking of moving/upgrading to a new system to do the same thing. This is the only part of ISA that we use. Is anybody able to suggest a soultion we can run that wont cost much (if any) money?

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    Why not keep a box running with ISA and have it running from there? Why change if it works?

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    The box it currently lives on has a hardware issue that causes us chaos everytime we have to reboot so a new box has been built for it so was grabbing a chance while we got one

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    also, if it is support you need...plenty of companies still offer support.

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    Forefront Threat Management Gateway and/or Unified Access Gateway is the new ISA. Very good!

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    There is lots of open source products that will do the reverse proxying you require - squid etc

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