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Introduction to ISA Server 2004
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In some cases, an organization may choose to deploy ISA Server as a second firewall in a multiple-firewall configuration. This scenario enables organizations to use their existing firewall infrastructure but also enables the use of ISA Server as an advanced application-filtering firewall. Figure 1-4 shows an example of how ISA Server can be deployed as a back-end firewall.
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Figure 1-4 Deploying ISA Server as a back-end firewall
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Many organizations implement a back-to-back firewall configuration. In this configuration, one network adapter on the front-end firewall is connected to the Internet while the second network adapter on the firewall is connected to the perimeter network. The back-end firewall has one network adapter that is connected to the perimeter network and a second network adapter connected to the internal network. All network traffic must flow through both firewalls and through the perimeter network to pass between the Internet and the internal network. For organizations that already have a hardware-based firewall deployed as the Internet-edge firewall, ISA Server can provide valuable additional functionality as the backend firewall. In particular, the advanced application-filtering functionality of ISA Server can ensure that specific applications are published securely. In this scenario, the following occurs:
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ISA Server can be used to provide secure access to an organization s Exchange Server computers. Because computers running Exchange Server must be members of an Active Directory domain, some organizations prefer not to locate the Exchange Server computers in a perimeter network. ISA Server enables access to the Exchange Server computers on the internal network through secure OWA pub-
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Explaining ISA Server Deployment Scenarios
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lishing, secure SMTP server publishing, and secure Exchange RPC publishing for Outlook clients.
ISA Server may also be used to publish other secure Web sites or Web applications. If the Web servers are located on the internal network, ISA Server can be configured to publish the Web servers to the Internet. In this case, the advanced application filters on ISA Server can be used to inspect all network traffic being forwarded to the Web server. ISA Server may also be used as a Web proxy and caching server in the above scenario. In this case, all client requests for resources on the Internet or within the perimeter network pass through ISA Server. ISA Server enforces the organization s policies for secure Internet access.
How ISA Server Works as a Branch Office Firewall
A third deployment scenario for ISA Server is as a branch office firewall. In this scenario, ISA Server can be used to secure the branch office network from external threats as well as connect the branch office networks to the main office using site-to-site VPN connections. Figure 1-5 shows an example of how ISA Server can be deployed as a branch office firewall.
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Deploying ISA Server as a branch office firewall
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Introduction to ISA Server 2004
For organizations with multiple locations, ISA Server can function as a branch office firewall in conjunction with additional ISA Servers at other locations. If a branch office has a direct connection to the Internet, ISA Server may operate as an Internet-edge firewall for the branch, securing the branch office network and also publishing server resources to the Internet. If the branch office has only a dedicated WAN connection to the other offices, ISA Server can be used to publish servers in the branch office such as Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server or a local Exchange Server. One of the benefits of using ISA Server as a branch office firewall is that it can operate as a VPN gateway that connects the branch office network to the main office network using a site-to-site VPN connection. Site-to-site VPN provides a cost-effective and secure method of connecting offices. In this scenario, the following occurs:
ISA Server can be used to create a VPN from a branch office to other office locations. The VPN gateway at other sites can be either additional computers running ISA Server or third-party VPN gateways. ISA Server supports the use of three tunneling protocols for creating the VPN: IPSec tunnel mode, Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), and Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) over IPSec. ISA Server can perform stateful inspection and application-layer filtering of the VPN traffic between the organization s locations. This can be used to limit the remote networks that can access the local network and to ensure that only approved network traffic can access it.
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