how connect remote site users to main office through isa server 2006

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our main office subnet 198.73.0.0 - 198.73.255.255 we have we have 2 domain controller ,exchange server 2007 , isa server 2006 . symantec antivirus . all users in the main office connected to the domain and dhcp clients all connect to the internet through isa server as a proxy server isa connect to the router of the ISP . recenly we have another site and connect to the main office bye wireless router. this simple diagram remote site(192.168.0.0- 192.168.0.255) --------------- router wireless(192.168.0.1) ----------------router wireless (198.73.217.75)-------------- main office(198.73.0.0 - 198.73.255.255) they ask me to connect the remote site to the database server only then i only add route to the database server and connect route add-p 192.168.0.0 mask 255.255.255.0 198.73.217.75 mask 255.255.0.0 now we need to connect all remote site users to the main network completly as part of network connect to the domain connect to all services like exchange and antivirus how i can do that through isa server 2006

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If you don’t have any ‘real’ routers, and the ISA server is acting as the router, then add a route to it, the same way you did with the database server and see if that fixes the problem.

If you do have a ‘real’ router then add a route to that, that is for the remote office subnet, with a gateway of the wireless router.

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