RE: Proxy Chain Loop

OK
 
Did you say this only happens on the odd occasion? does it fix itself, how long 
till it fixes itself?
So the ISA can definitely resolve the what you've got in the "upstream proxy 
settings" correctly..
Is there a specific error message/number you get you can look up
Have you got a hosts file which references the "upstream proxy" by any chance
Other than that I do remember something about settings the dns ttl to 0, but im 
not going to got here in this state
 
i'm out.. might be a job for super Jim!!
 
Greg Mulholland

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Hi Greg, Disregard my last message have now read the article.
I cannot understand how this could be happening.

Can you explain how this could happen when I have a single Nic proxy that
is not the default gateway?

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