RE: UPS Worldship

Hi Michael,

Are you using a DSL dreaded PPPoE connection, or some other type of
dial-up?

Thanks!
Tom 

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Weber [mailto:mweber@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 11:40 AM
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] RE: UPS Worldship

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I do have the direct connection in UPS enabled, and I have tried it with
a proxy and without.  With the proxy enabled, I still get the "Peer's
certificate has an invalid signature" error.  It just occurs after a
connection to the proxy server is made.  The entry in the web proxy ISA
log says that it made the connection; however, it returns a 64 error
code (The specified network name is no longer available).

Michael Weber


192.168.0.26, anonymous, ICCTest_http/1.0, N, 1/20/2004, 12:02:26,
w3proxy, <server>, -, www.uoss.ups.com, 153.2.73.100, 443, 0, 52, 1752,
SSL-tunnel, TCP, -, www.uoss.ups.com:443, -, Inet, 64, 0x0, Internal
access, Allow rule




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