Last post Feb 02, 2007 12:00 PM by karl578
Feb 02, 2007 10:31 AM|karl578|LINK
This may be more of a general Exchange question as opposed to a Hosted Exchange specific one.
I was wondering whether or not there is a way to build a redundant client access exchange network? Specifically redundant ISA servers. How would you configure this in Outlook to failover to another ISA server for access to exchange via RPC over HTTPs?
And would it be possible to host these separate ISA servers in different geographic locations, i.e. different datacenters?
Is what I suggest impossible, or can essentially the same thing be achieved using a different method (basically am I talking rubbish?!!!)? I was hypothesizing over the theoretical situation of an ISA server going down!
Feb 02, 2007 11:05 AM|sdupas|LINK
The HMC 3.5 solution includes guidance on deploying redundant ISA servers. (ISA01 and ISA02 in the documentation).
They can be located on two different datacenter if they are linked with a high-speed link, such as 100M.
Feb 02, 2007 12:00 PM|karl578|LINK
Just what I was after, and I should pay closer attention when flicking through Documentation.