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  • Blog Post: UAG DirectAccess and the IPv6 Internet

    We’ve received a number of questions recently about UAG DirectAccess support for the IPv6 Internet. When thinking about the IPv6 Internet, you need to think about when the DirectAccess client is on an IPv6 Internet (or on an IPv6 only intranet) and when the UAG DirectAccess server has its external interface...
  • Blog Post: Why are both the Teredo and IP-HTTPS Interfaces Active?

      A common question I see on the message boards and in conversations with our DirectAccess customers relates to the IPv6 transition technology interfaces that are active on the DirectAccess client at any point in time. Most often, the question comes up about why both the Teredo and IP-HTTPS interfaces...
  • Blog Post: Why Do I Need Two IP Addresses on the External Interface of the UAG DirectAccess Server?

    This question comes up frequently when introducing admins to UAG DirectAccess. It makes sense, since public IPv4 addresses are getting more difficult to come by and in fact it’s predicted that there will be an exhaustion of the entire IPv4 address space by next month. So, why do you need two public IP...
  • Blog Post: Use a HOSTS File Entry to Control ISATAP Host Configuration

    ISATAP is an optional configuration option you can take advantage of when working with UAG DirectAccess. What ISATAP allows you to do is automatically assign IPv6 addresses to computers on the network that already have IPv4 addresses (which is going to be all of them). The advantage conferred when using...