Single network adapter network template

You can install Microsoft┬« Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2006 on a computer that has one network adapter, or for ISA Server Enterprise Edition, on an array of computers, each of which has one network adapter. Typically, you would use a single network adapter configuration when ISA Server is located in the internal corporate network or in a perimeter network, and another firewall is located at the edge connecting and protecting corporate resources from the Internet. When installed on a computer with a single network adapter, ISA Server supports the following scenarios:

When you install ISA Server on a computer with a single network adapter, ISA Server is aware of only two networks: the Local Host network that represents the ISA Server computer itself, and the Internal network, which includes all unicast IP addresses that are not part of the Local Host network. In this configuration, when an internal client browses the Internet, ISA Server sees the source and destination addresses of the Web request as belonging to the Internal network.

Unsupported scenarios

When you install ISA Server on a computer with a single network adapter, the following ISA Server features and scenarios are not supported:

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