RE: Demographics

As for the log file fields that are missing, I've emailed the document our
web guy typed up explaining what he doesn't get to Jim and Tom's email
addresses.

As for the tricking of the ISA server that's not really what we're doing.
What we have setup is a publishing ISA server and an Egress ISA server. The
publishing ISA server is used for incoming requests for web, smtp, pop, etc.
and clients respond back through that ISA server for stateful connections,
requests that initiate from an internet client. The Egress ISA server is
used solely for any internally initiated client/server request to go out. It
requires some work to set this up but it works fairly well.

Thanks,
Howard

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas W Shinder [mailto:tshinder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 11:09 AM
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] RE: Demographics

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Hi Howard,

What information is not being captured?

Also, how to you trick the first ISA Server firewall to accept responses
from the client when the second ISA Server firewall owns the session?

Thanks!
Tom

Thomas W Shinder
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-----Original Message-----
From: Howard Griffith [mailto:hgriffith@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 9:41 AM
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] Demographics


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I'm running into an issue with our ISA server deployment that I'm hoping
someone else can give advice on. First let me say that I think ISA is a
wonderful product.

Our problem consists of the log file information provided by ISA. We use
demographic info for our websites in some extensive manners, i.e., the
client ip, referrer, time, search string, browser type, etc. Our problem
is
that ISA doesn't capture all this information for us. Whether using web
publishing or server publishing, we're finding that we can't get all the
info we need from the log files that ISA provides.

Someone at this point may be saying, use server publishing and use the
log
file on the web server. Well, good point, but... that won't work. We
have
setup a dual path config using two ISA servers. One ISA server is for
incoming traffic and the other is for outgoing traffic. We have the
incoming
ISA server setup with the server publishing reg hack so that the
internal
clients do NOT see the requesting internet IP address but instead see
that
ISA server as the client. We have to do this because of the fact that
all
outgoing internally initiated request go out another ISA server. There
are
more details but not relevant.

Anyway, the short of it is, has anyone else run  into this and/or has
anyone
found a work around for this. If we can't resolve this we can't use ISA
to
publish our internal web server and would have to then rethink our ISA
implementation or discard it. We really don't want to do this but...

TIA,
Howard


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