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Hello,

is it possible to ignore http protocol inspector for some lan that uses remote 80 port a custom service?

My need is to let some computer to connect to Internet on a remote 80 port but at that remote port there is no a www server but a custom service with custom protocol no http; since KW uses the protocol inspector based on port 80, it blocks that trafic because is doesnt's understand the meaning of that protocol where instead http was expected; now deactivating the http protocol inspector on services, everythink works correctly but there is no longer log related http and web of other normail computers so I'm losing that vital log.

Is there a workaround for letting me to use remote port 80 for non http traffic at same time for letting log to be created but for other pcs? Note computers that need to use port 80 in no http protocol way are not the same computers that need to be logged because of regular http traffic.

Thanks so much! Very Happy

[Updated on: Sat, 22 March 2008 14:00]

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ok...found the hidden column "Protocol inspector" into "Traffic Policy" section and created an ad-hoc rule

Thanks anyway!!! Laughing
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