I have the following scenario:
- users at a remote location (IPSec tunnel established, works fine, firewall terminating the tunnel)
- Users at the remote location want to access a web-based application here
- ASP-pages do not work
- HTTP protocol inspector disabled - ASP-pages work
- HTTP inspector removed from HTTP-service, new service created (HTTP Checked) with HTTP inspector activated
Now, when I implement the service "HTTP Checked", ASP stops working again. Please note that there is NO traffic rule using the HTTP Checked service! Just having a service defined is enought to stop ASP-pages from working. Remove the protocol inspector from "HTTP Checked" and it works again.
This has me totally baffled! I have absolutely NO traffic rule referencing the service with the HTTP Inspector. Its mere existence is enough.
So, we now have a license fee paid to Cobian and can't use the stuff. Free porn and gambling for everyone... Please help me!
[Updated on: Wed, 28 January 2004 15:57]
- Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)
Right click in the Traffic Policy window. Click on 'modify columns'. Add 'protocol inspector' to the list of visible columns. You should now be able to create a traffic policy rule for the inbound traffic that can disable any of the protocol inspectors. In the new column set it from default to none for the inbound rule for your remote users.
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