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Configuring CBAC 10 years 9 months ago #13558

  • hueyguy
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Hi!
I am setting up a Cisco 870 and used SDM to set up a firewall using CBAC, content based access control, in the ACL's. I can't seem to access web pages that use either cookies for persistant ID or java, or a combination of the two. I noticed it at Ebay, but have not checked other sites. I am no web page programmer so I'm not really sure what the problem is. I changed to reflexive acl's, still no luck. The acl's may not be the problem for all I know. Any ideas are greatly apreciated!

Thanks!
John
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Re: Configuring CBAC 10 years 9 months ago #13584

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HI.

as far I know, cbac, only work with layer 3, 4 and java, and all that stuff is aplicattion layer 7, so I dont think cbacs are the problem.

for test purpouses, test if it works, without acls.

SaLUTE :twisted:
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Re: Configuring CBAC 10 years 9 months ago #13585

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Hey thanks for the idea. It turned out to be a seting on the outside interface, ip unreachable.
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