Hello! Some small quetion about article. Author wrote: "1. A Web client on an ISA Firewall Protected Network makes a request for an SSL object from a Web server on the Internet by entering the following in the Address bar of the Web browser: https://URL_name
2.When the user sends the request, the following is sent to port 8080 (the port on which the Web listener listens for outbound connections) on the ISA firewall: CONNECT URL_name:443 HTTP/1.1"
But if client configures IE to use proxy for https like ISA_name with port 443 and enter in the Address bar: https://URL_name:443 is this request sent to port 8080 on the ISA firewall too? Or to port 443? Many thanks.
Hi, I just upgrade ISA server 2004 from 2000 and I am having problems accesing some https websites like banks. I disable the proxy on my IE and everything works fine. I think the solution is to add ports to the SSL just as the article says but I don't know which port should I add. How can I know the port that I need? Thanks a lot. Homero
The isatools.org site isn't available. It seems that isatools.org is not registered in the DNS systems ... The authoritative name servers (NS1.JALOJASH.ORG & NS2.JALOJASH.ORG) seems down ... What happened? Is there somewhere else I could get the scripts from?
I hope someone will see this since it's an older article.
This fix works great for SSL sites. How about a non SSL site using a different port? One of my users need to connect to a standard http site on port 8088. I added port 8088 using the script, but it didn't work. I figured it wouldn't since this fix is only for SSL. Does anyone have a fix for non-SSL sites?
Hi I Tray To Acsses To trendmicro console that is using (https//192.168.0.1:4343) I receve this errore
Error Code: 502 Proxy Error. The specified Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) port is not allowed. ISA Server is not configured to allow SSL requests from this port. Most Web browsers use port 443 for SSL requests. (12204) IP Address: 192.168.0.2 Date: 7/22/2007 8:16:24 AM Server: net-server.XXXXXXX.com Source: proxy
Initially I thought this just required me to add port 8080 using the method described in the article. However, after doing so I still get the same error. (Does the ISA server need to be restarted for the port 8080 to work? - I did not do this yet)