For a CSS with a SSL module (performing SSL termination) - is it possible to impliment a redirect on https URL to send to equivalent http URL.If my understanding is correct, the CSS will do SSL termination and then use an http content rule on the resultant http stream as it is recursively handled by the CSS ? This would mean that the SSL module has no way of seeing/acting on layer 5 and above data (i.e. picking up on a specific URL) and can not itself issue a redirect - i.e. you could not associate a redirect statement or service with the following ssl content rule ? [code]The CSS would instead rely on a http content rule to impliment a redirect - i.e. you would have to associate a redirect statement or service to the following http content rule instead?
But if the CSS is already handling traffic for existing url... traffic that is going to cause a loop when a client goes direct to. url...I realise the requirment is uncommon / a bit convoluted, its one of those don't ask type scenarios - aimed at achieving a specific requirement.Would the ACE 4710 be able to handle such a scenario any differently ?
I am trying to make a redirect from http to https. the goal is whenever a user writes in http://10.80.199.71 it should be redirected to https://10.80.199.71 I am just haveing some trouble making it work.
Right now, in my network there is no proxy server and all users go straight through the ASA to access internet. I would like to put a squid with dansguardian (for web filtering). Steps in getting all http and https traffic from ASA go via my squid?
i have ACE 4710 appliance that terminate SSL and the connection to the servers is http.
The ACE (one Armed) is load balancing between two web servers and i am using stickness in order to take the connection on the same server based on cookie.I can access the website either by http or https., where on the web page there is a login credential to access using username and password.
When i access the website using https everything works fine and i can login to my account in https mode.When i access the website through http and login to my account the URL is redirected to https...normal because i am using action-list to rewrite the http into https. But when i exit the browser and access the website again using http it is not redirected to https(although i see that i am still login into my account i can see all the inforamtion in my account).
The customer wants the connection to be https even when i exit the browser and access the website again (within short time before the cookie exipres)
I am configuring a GSS to check an Web server that responds to https requests.I put 443 as the port but I don´t see replies from the server and the Answer Status is always offline.Other servers using http on port 80 are showing OK.The appliance is a GSS-4492-k9 Version 3.1(0).
i have a 4710 appliance (one armed) and i am load balancing with two webservers. In the URL, there are links that need to be redirected to https:
i am using the
rserver redirect REDIRECT-TO-HTTPS[URL]
The https is working but i have a problem. when i access the Main link "first" it is redirected to https to the Main link.But if i access one of the Sublinks directly(without having to click on the main link first) the page is redirected to https but to the Main Link. i have to click the Sublink again in order to get the page.How can i redirect to https and stay on the same page? What might be the general link in the webserver-redirection?
We are planning to deploy a Application Controle Engine - ACE family - and need to close the gap related to OWASP threat list masures.for what i could find in the information about ACE solution it seems that ACE does'nt have OWASP relations and need to deploy a IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) which seems to hold and apply to OWASP threat list vulnerabilities.question is it possible to deploy a ACE 4710 with a IPS 4200 as one or a inline deployment scenario ?
We are evaluating the one-arm design for the ACE 4700 and need some clarifications:
1. Are there any limitations in the one-arm design and the SSL offloading
2. Can the ACE be configured with an IN and an OUT vlan to the router
CLIENT -> Router -> ACE IN -> ACE OUT -> Router -> Server Vlan
so that the SSL and the clear text traffic is in a separate Vlan?
3. In some sample configuration i saw SNAT configuration on the ACE to modify the client IP. This i assume is for instructing the return traffic from the server to go through ACE? Using SNAT we eliminate the requirement for NAT or PBR on the router? Will i still be able to insert the client IP address after the SSL offload?
I am tasked to Configure an ACE 4700 for SLB. This has been done and working. Am also further tasked to create a secure communication between tha ACE and Exchange server. I need the breakdown of steps required to Import certificate from the exchange server, and how to verify that things are working.
I have a client that I recently replaced their GSS's for and last evening I cut them over to an HA pair of ACE 4700's. After about an hour, it looks like the GSS and ACE stopped communicating with each other. When this happened, they switched back over to the old CSS appliances and everything came back up fine. Apparently this happened the last time they tried to cutover to the ACE and they contacted TAC. TAC told them the issue happened because the GSS's they were running at the time were EOL. So now, with brand new GSS's, they are experiencing the same issue.
As of now, the ACE's are offline and I cannot get into them to see what the issue may be. We tested the sites out last night after the cutover and everything seemed fine. There was one minor problem that I resolved quickly, but that was it and then we left. The client started getting emails about an hour later about their main website being down. They do have the ACE logging to a syslog server, so we will look at that to see if there is anything relavent. I suggested that we bring up a test site to use through the GSS/ACE and see what happens. They have another CSS that they can run their sites through, so this option will work without taking down all of their other sites.
Im trying to configure an ACE 4700 so that SSL termination is done on the ACE and HTTP reaches the weblogic server instance. I have a working setup of a Apache reverse proxy doing SSL offloading and using a weblogic module and that works fine Was reading [URL]. Any working config example for doing this with the ACE4700
do you know what happens if you reach the limit of, for instance 100 Mbps, compression. I know that if you reach the bandwidth limit ACE will drop packets but if you configure compression what happens if you have 110 Mbps.
I supossed that ACE will compress 100 Mbps and leave 10 Mbps without compression but I don't find this information anywhere.
Windows IIS server configured behind a Cisco ASA 5540 listening on port 443 currently. Access-list and static translation configured. I have been ask to redirect all port 80 calls to port 443 for this web site only at the firewall. I have suggested moving it behind our content switch with negative results. Can we do this at the firewall level? how to accomplish the redirect for a single site. 8.2.4 is current code
i would like to use ISP2 for all http/https/ftp traffic.how could I force my ASA to set a different gateway for http/https/ftp traffic ?i have tried several solutions such as nat/pat rules, nothing seems to work.
I've got a HTTP Redirect to a dedicated html site with our internet usage policy set up on multiple WAP4410N access points.This is working like a charm with laptops, but not with internet radios. They can't connect to the internet probably freezing on the http redirected site.Is there any way to exclude these devices from the redirect?
I have a 2504 and my goal is to automatically redirect a users home page when they connect to a certain internal website. Authentication isn't a real concern just now.
Is it possible to simply have a users home page redirected when they open their browser upon connecting to the SSID? All of the documents available have stated to use 802.1x / RADIUS or other fancy tools.
I have reset my wireless connection numerous times, rebooted, tried wireless and wired and continue to have the same result - great signal; cannot connect to any webpage. Ran network diagnostics and everything seems to check out except the "DNS Server."
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:Documents and SettingsMarcy Musselman>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : MARCYS Primary Dns
On a Catalyst 6509 switch I have configured wccp protocol in order to redirect the Http traffic to a Bluecoat SG8100. It was working fine until a new L3 interface implementation.Thereafter I was unable to redirect the http traffic due to an error reported from the Cat6509: [code] After some checks I supposed that the problem should be the UDP 2048 port connection between the Switch and the Bluecoat while the switch L3 port and the bluecoat are on the same Lan. A deep analysis found that the WCCP protocol seems to be as follow:
-Proxy address 10.64.28.240 to Switch Port 10.64.28.250 Here I Am -Switch Port 10.64.28.250 to Proxy address 10.64.28.240 I See You -Switch Port 10.66.0.251 to Proxy address 10.64.28.240 UDP 2048 packet (dropped by firewall)
It's strange to me that the first dialog is correctly handled by the correct Cat6509 interface while the UDP packets are flowing from another Vlan interface not configured with the WCCP and apparently not involved on the protocol.Last of all the WCCP is now disabled and unusable?
I am using ASA5510 and i want to know if it is possible to redirect http traffic to an internal proxy software. I explain : PC from the LAN use a internal proxy in their IE browser but some other PC doesn't use it.They are directy connected to the Internet using the Public IP from the WAN interface ( via NAT). Can we redirected this HTTP Traffic from the WAN interface to the Proxy in the LAN ?
Http Traffic will be routed like that : PC -> WAN interface -> Proxy -> WAN interface -> Internet In fact,can we create a rule saying : All http traffic which doesn"t come from the IP Proxy must be redirected toward proxy.
I have got a Cisco router connected to a LAN and to the internet.I was wondering if I could nat https traffic from inside to internet to a local server (Proxy) on a given port for example tcp 8080.
int tunnel0 ip address 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0 ip nat inside int fa0/1 des internet connexion ip address 41.x.x.x.x 255.255.255.248 ip nat outside ip access-list extended Proxy_Redirect permit tcp 192.168.0.0 0.0.0.255 any eq 443
I have follow below URL to disable the https over web authentication:
What i want to achieve is disable https over web authentication due to certificate issue, but it seems like even we have disable the http over web management as above URL describe, still https while doing web authentication. Or it is possible to configure use port other than 80, like 8080 for web authentication? (need to reboot the wlc?)Is there any bug that related to this CSCsy32145?
I am familiar with how a proxy works. The client sends a request to the proxy server and the proxy server makes the connection on behalf of the client to the web page.My question is how does this work with HTTP and end to end encryption?I know that at a company the IT staff can install certs on the computers that link to the proxy thus breaking the end to end encryption and allowing the company to see what data is being sent.I however cannot find out or think of how else to proxy an HTTPS connection other than installing certs on the clients that allows the proxy to see the data.If the proxy makes the https request on behalf of the client via one session, the https session would terminate on the proxy and the proxy would have to create a subsequent https connection to the client.This would break the end to end encryption and the client should pick up on this unless the certs on the client have been changed.
I will be adding wireless access points or repeaters on a business network. The business already has one wireless router using a https login, that 15 computers are wired to, through switches. This Secure http router is directly connected to the cable modem.Would I be loosing the benefit of Secure http by adding wireless access points or repeaters that don't support it? Or would they be securely routed by the main https router connected to the gateway?I have never had the opportunity to work with a secure http router before.
Never seen a Cisco, or any other L3 switch before. Nor an Lx router. Any step by step,or class room or web based training, or a partner or Cisco helper to get us up to speed on this.Goal is to limit http and https traffic in favor of telnet to an AIX server and RDP to a Windows TS. Printing would be ahead of http/s and below the others.
Interstingly, the web site promises 9 videos, but there are only 8. The demo guide says about OoS: "Coming Soon".Where to go? Who(m) to call?
Any issues with IOS 12.4(16) through 12.4(25f) with HTTP/HTTPS protocols running on a 3825 router? I have a remote site that accesses a corporate application over an MPLS, sometimes it works fine, other times it will hang for hours. No errors on circuits, interfaces, ethernet interfaces, etc. Response times are averaging 50ms even when the application freezes. The only thing I can think of is that it could be an issue with the IOS version.