I currently have an ISA setup, with a Smoothwall SWG-1200.
Currently, the ISA is the gateway for all traffic. The Smoothwall is the only device permitted to access HTTP and HTTPS through our ISA. All clients obviously use the Smoothwall as the proxy for HTTP and HTTPS and the ISA as the gateway for all other traffic.
We have 3 VLANS (Secure, Wi-Fi etc.) - hammering our ISA, as the internet from each VLAN travels through it via it's own Smoothwall
The ISA has it's internal IP and an external (council's) used as the router.
Is there a way to connect one NIC of the Smoothwall to the Internal network and the other NIC to the corporate side. In effect bypassing the ISA for HTTP and HTTPS, whereas everything travels via the ISA (running parallel)
Currently for example (which I HOPE ALL MAKES SENSE.......)
PC (172.24.0.111) ________________ NON HTTP __________________________(172.24.0.1) ISA (10.20.30.40) __________ COUNCIL ALL TRAFFIC
|_____ HTTP(s) (172.24.0.10) Smoothwall ______________|
Can I set it up as:
PC (172.24.0.111) _______________ NON HTTP ___________________________ (172.24.0.1) ISA (10.20.30.40) ____________COUNCIL NON HTTP(s)
|___________HTTP(s)____________________________ (172.24.0.10) Smoothwall (10.20.30.50)________ COUNCIL HTTP(s)
Cheers for any advice.
Last edited by RowlandoGloom; 27th June 2014 at 09:37 AM.
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