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#63238 23-Jun-2010 09:18
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Hi There!

We have a couple of sites that use banking sites like asbbank.co.nz and bnz and the problem we are having is getting a rule that works within ISA 2004.

Are there any specific guidelines?

At this point despite having some VERY general wildcard rules, we can't even get the website's front pages to load.

Any assistance greatly appreciated.

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  #344454 23-Jun-2010 09:44
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I haved used ISA Server for years and don't recall any specific issues with banking sites, however that is a really old version now.

A look at ISAServer.org found this which may be relevant:
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/onlinebanking.html

With ISA being ba secrity product I would suggest running the latest release - which is Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 and is excellent.




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  #344701 23-Jun-2010 22:54
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The ISA course I did last year still used text books based on ISA 2004 (but taught ISA 2006).

No problems making Internet Banking work. Surprised you're having troubles, to be honest.




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  #344705 23-Jun-2010 23:11
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i do recall a couple of years back that some of the banks were doing weird things with their configurations, and that was breaking some firewalls. i cant recall exactly what the problems were, but you might be able to find something searching the nznog archives http://list.waikato.ac.nz/pipermail/nznog/






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  #344725 24-Jun-2010 02:28
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This may well be completely unrelated but do check your MTU settings on your connection. Sites which require SSL need to be able to transfer large packet payload sizes.

I'll 2nd/3rd what has been said above, it's unlikely to be a firewall rule unless you're doing something very wrong :)

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  #344833 24-Jun-2010 11:22
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Most problems were derived from broken firewalls blocking ICMP and preventing PMTU from working properly, IIRC.  ISA is pretty good at keeping SSL working out of the box, though.




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