RE: Blank pages in IE live log shows...

That's better...

From that log, it appears that your clients aren't taking advantage of
HTTP 1.1 "keep-alive".

Try this:
In IE, go to "Tools", "Internet Options", "Advanced" and select "Use
HTTP 1.1" and "Use HTTP 1.1 through proxy".

Stop and restart all your IE sessions (yes, including the ISA MMC and
OL2K3).

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-----Original Message-----
From: William Rascher [mailto:wrascher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2005 12:09
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] RE: Blank pages in IE live log shows...

http://www.ISAserver.org

 
Sorry about the partial...  I'm probably going to overkill this, and I'm
sure you'll let know. :-) The times were identical.


10.114.0.2                              SRV01   -               TCP
-
-                               3457    0       0       0       0x0
0x0     0x0     Firewall        4/5/2005 09:47  143.166.83.38   80
HTTP
Initiated Connection            10.114.0.2              Local Host
External        -       -
10.10.11.2                              SRV01   -               TCP
-
-                               1200    0       0       0       0x0
0x0     0x0     Firewall        4/5/2005 09:47  10.10.1.1       8080
Unidentified IP Traffic Initiated Connection            10.10.11.2
Internal        Local Host      -       -
0.0.0.0         No      Proxy   SRV01           www1.us.dell.com
TCP
Internet        -       -               -               -       -
-
0       3297    1       1397            0       0x5     0x400   Web
Proxy
Filter  4/5/2005 09:47  143.166.83.38   80      http    Allowed
Connection
All Open        10.10.11.2      anonymous       Internal        External
GET
http://www1.us.dell.com/content/default.aspx?c=us&cs=k12home&l=en&s=edu
10.114.0.2                              SRV01   -               TCP
-
-                               3457    0       2024    129
0x80074e20
0x0     0x0     Firewall        4/5/2005 09:47  143.166.83.38   80
HTTP
Closed Connection               10.114.0.2              Local Host
External        -       -
10.10.11.2                              SRV01   -               TCP
-
-                               1200    3000    1645    209
0x80074e20
0x0     0x0     Firewall        4/5/2005 09:47  10.10.1.1       8080
Unidentified IP Traffic Closed Connection               10.10.11.2
Internal        Local Host      -       -



-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Harrison [mailto:Jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2005 12:21
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] RE: Blank pages in IE live log shows...

http://www.ISAserver.org

That code resolves to '20000', a normal disconnect.
You really should refrain from sending "partial" log entries - the time
between connect and disconnect will help you determine whether or not
this
entry indicates a problem.

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   Jim Harrison
   MCP(NT4, W2K), A+, Network+, PCG
   http://isaserver.org/Jim_Harrison/
   http://isatools.org
   Read the help / books / articles!
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-----Original Message-----
From: William Rascher [mailto:wrascher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2005 08:42
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] Blank pages in IE live log shows...

http://www.ISAserver.org

In IE websites like Dell's system configuration pages are blank, but the
previous page were displayed.  The log query shows the following
sequential
line:

143.166.83.38 80 http Allowed All Open anonymous Internal   External GET
http://
143.166.83.38 80 HTTP Closed                     Local Host External

Why is ISA 2004 closing the connection after allowing?  The Result Code
was
0x80074e20 on the closed connection line.  I looked at 284818 and this
number exceeds all values described.  Is there a newer article or am I
heading in the wrong direction?

William


  

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