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If anyone uses ISA Server 2004 at their place can you tell me if 800+ connections all day ...
10th November 2008, 04:54 PM #1
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ISA Server setup
If anyone uses ISA Server 2004 at their place can you tell me if 800+ connections all day every day is normal?
Recently, well the last 5-6 months the internet has gradually slowed down to less than dial up speeds but speeds up when everyone goes home. Im sure its down to the amount of connections the firewall has.
Any tips on limiting the amount of usage clients can have? We have policies in place that only allow HTTP and HTTPS for pupils but in the weekly reports it shows 99.8% of requests are from SecureNAT clients. We have no Secure NAT clients setup as far as i know. Is there a way to see which IP addreses these NAT clients are?
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10th November 2008, 05:20 PM #2
SecureNAT clients are clients running ISA firewall client. You dont need to use the client unless you have some applications on that persons desk that dont specifically work with ISA set as the proxy with integrated auth. We have only found really one program here and that needed to upload payroll over a secure ftp connection. Only people with this software run the firewall client. The rest are controlled using GP setting the IE proxy address.
11th November 2008, 11:09 AM #3
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So does the username still appear in the web proxy logs?
11th November 2008, 11:27 AM #4
Yeh should do without the clients.
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