RE: UPS Worldship

Hi Jim,

Enhancements inline... 

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Harrison [mailto:jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 2:56 PM
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That's overly simplistic.
The client host is [acting as] a SecureNAT client if :
    1. the host is configured to act as a SecureNAT client
    2. the app makes a direct Winsock request to the remote

The client host is [acting as] a Firewall client if:
    1. the host has the Firewall client LSP installed and functioning
    2. the app makes a "redirected" Winsock call via the FW client to
the remote

The client host is [acting as] a Web Proxy client if:
    1. the app is configured to make CERN proxy requests
    2. the app makes a CERN proxy request to the ISA outgoing web
requests listener

:-D
Tom


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Fares Rihani (Personal)" <Fares@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Michael,

Yes if the firewall client is intalled then the client is a firewall
client, likewise if a client has its gateway set to the
internal ip of the isa server then it is considered a secure NAT client.
Ok, when you configure the UPS worldship to use direct
connection and set it to use a proxy server, use the port specified as
the outgoing web listener (8080), NOT the port of a SOCKS
filter (1080).  This is only to force the UPS client to connect as a
firewall client.

You may want to test to see if the UPS Worldship IS compatible with the
web proxy service by changing the HTTP redirector option to
"Redirect to local Web Proxy service" with the unavailable redirect
enabled.

Also, after changing settings restart the services.

Fares Rihani


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Weber [mailto:mweber@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 1:50 PM
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Oh yes, I forgot one thing.  Isn't a client defined a firewall client by
installing and enabling the firewall software?

-----Original Message-----
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The HTTP Redirector Filter is set to "send request to server."
The outgoing web requests has integrated authentication.

I'm confused now.  If I tell Worldship to access the proxy server then
it will access the proxy server, not the firewall client, because I told
it to access the proxy server.  So the HTTP redirector filter will not
be in play.  Is that not right?

However, from your UPS log it seems that even though you have the proxy
server enabled in UPS, UPS is bypassing the proxy and using the firewall
client.

Yes -- I have seen that log when I'm not behind the ISA server (laptop
dial-up).

Michael Weber
Director of Engineering
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-----Original Message-----
From: Fares Rihani (Personal) [mailto:Fares@xxxxxxxxxx]
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I am getting unreliable connects to www.uoss.ups.com here as well.  But
when a connect goes through all is smooth.  I would check the HTTP
Redirector Filter settings (send request to server) and make sure the
client is secureNat or a Firewall client.  Also, under Outgoing web
requests, is the listener set to Integrated authentication (or maybe try
enabling basic with domain "\")?
It just seems like your ssl request is not getting through.  Here is a
successful http trace:
01/20/2004 Host IP address  = (153.2.73.100)
01/20/2004 SSL Handshake successful.
01/20/2004 cipher = RC4-40,  keySize = 128,  secretKeySize = 40
     subject = CN=www.uoss.ups.com, OU=Customer Automation, O=United
Parcel Service, L=Mahwah, ST=New Jersey, C=US
01/20/2004 Connection successful.
01/20/2004 Connect: Unlocked.
01/20/2004 Sending HTTP request...

Fares Rihani

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 12:52 PM
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I am running that version, and that is the article I followed.

The only other weird thing that is happening is that when I try to
access https://www.uoss.ups.com/ from IE I sometimes get a 403 error,
sometimes I get the login screen, and sometimes I get an internal UPS
website error ("A recursive error was detected").  It seems to me that I
should never get an error if I just try to access the site from a web
browser.

Michael Weber

-----Original Message-----
From: Fares Rihani (Personal) [mailto:Fares@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 12:36 PM
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Michael,

Make sure you are running the latest version. I have no problems running
under 5.0.37.  I had connection problems before upgrading so it is worth
a shot.

Here is the article for direct connection that I used.
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Configuring_Web_Proxy_Clients_for_Dir
ect_Access.html

Is that how you configured your setup?

Fares Rihani



-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Weber [mailto:mweber@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 12:40 PM
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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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