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Old 11-15-2004, 10:16 AM   #1
Paul-g6mnj
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Linux behind a Windows2000 Server ISA


Ok, so I am very new to Mandrake Linux...and so far I am very impressed! Why did I suffer Windows so long! Well I need to configure the mandrake linux system to use my ISA services on our corporate windows 2000 server as this is currently the only access to the internet allowed.

I guess I need it in 2 ways, web browser/email access and secondly for Asterisk PBX software I am playing with on the linux box to access the web.

I presume like my windows PC clients this will need some kind of proxy client on linux but as a new kid on the block my searches for help have not been of use to me as yet.

Anyone out there who can guide me I would appreciate it!

Thanks!

Paul.
 
  


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