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    Does anyone know where the setting is for limiting/unlimited connections in ISA 2004 you just went to ISA Management -> Configuration -> General -> Connection Limits? How do I do this in TMG is it via the Intrusion Prevention?





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    In the TMG console : choose networking - Networks tab - rightclick internal networks - choose properties - choose webproxy tab - click advanced

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    Set to unlimited by default not sure if this will help with my contentcache box which still doesn't get out when pointing to the ISA box?


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    to be sure : well you have your contentcache box in front (so in front of your internal TMG nic) ?

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    Network -> ContentCache -> TMG -> Router -> LEA

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    Then you'll have to add an ip exception in the flood mitigation settings by entering the IP adderss of your contentcache box.

    Open TMG MMC - Intrusion prevention Systems - Behavioral Intrusion Detection tab - Configure FLood Mitigation Settings - IP exceptions tab

    It could be opssible that you'l need to tweak the custom settings a little

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