The two networks do not have access to each other except for any explicitly defined firewall rules.The rules required to allow communications to and from the Edge Server across either network are covered in the Edge Pool article which can be used as a reference.The network topology of the lab environment used for all the articles in this deployment series simply consistent of two physically separated network segments.A single firewall with separate network interfaces provides connectivity for each network segment to the Internet.The assigned FQDN is typically “ While the majority of the environment preparation is handled in the topology this is a critical step which must be performed before any external communications will be allowed.The three major types of communications supported by the Access Edge service are .This is a commonly missed step that leads to troubleshooting installation issues further down the line.
Full step-by-step directions for performing these actions can be found throughout a myriad of other articles covering various options like using the Sf B Certificate Wizard, Internet Information Services Manager, the Windows certificate snap-in and even third party tools.
Make sure to open and test the required ports and protocols before attempting to deploy and start the Edge Server services.
The existing server has been prepared with two network interfaces connected to two separate IPv4 networks.
In order to allow normal communications typically the internal interface would have been configured with the default gateway set to the router’s IP address for that segment and the external interface would not yet have a default gateway set.
The server cannot have multiple default gateways defined yet moving the server’s default gateway to the external interface might break communications with hosts on other routed internal networks than the one it is directly connected to.