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Proxy Server and WAN

By BillL ·
I am running MS Proxy Server 2.0. Clients on the local network connect using the WSP Client with no problem. I haven't been able to get the client to work across our WAN. The WAN is a frame-relay network using Cisco Routers. The LAT is configured onthe Proxy Server for the remote subnets. I suspect there is a configuration entry I need on the routers. Any ideas?

Thanks for your help.

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by Corky132 In reply to Proxy Server and WAN

First, make sure your clients' IP addresses are listed in the Local Address Table. (It's located on first tab on the proxy administration applet - LAT ). Second, you might have to use the "route" command to get the proxy to return requests back to clients. That would be each subnet in your network.

Hope this helps.

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by BillL In reply to Proxy Server and WAN
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by zinnix In reply to Proxy Server and WAN

i suggest checking the routing issue.

Can you ping from the remote site to the proxy server?
can you ping from the proxy server to the clients in the remote site?
Do you static routing for the remote site
in the local router and also static routing
int he remote router for the local subnet?

Please provide this info.

Mark.

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by BillL In reply to Proxy Server and WAN
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by clpadmin In reply to Proxy Server and WAN

The problem shouldn't be the LAT, since that just tells the WSP Client what addresses are internal and should not go through the proxy. Sounds like your clients can't reach the proxy. Do you have access control enabled on the routers?

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by BillL In reply to Proxy Server and WAN
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by termiNaTor In reply to Proxy Server and WAN

Your LAT has got nothing to do with your problem, basically it's just for your local users and since it is working you shouldn't worry about it (I will recommend to remove those remote subnet from it)

It is your webproxy service you have to look into, recomend ping, if it doesn't work debug your routers

If it does check your settings on the web proxy service(permissions), enable logging to see what error message you get,

Good luck

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by BillL In reply to Proxy Server and WAN
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