Quick question that's probably pretty easy. Here's the story.
We're running BorderManager 3.8 SP3 for our proxy server and I like it just fine. A while back I found that some websites would time out or would just come up "File Not Found" while using them. The odd part was that this would only happen in IE. I've since noticed a pattern that these pages are all some variation of ASP.
After going to Novell I've found that indeed BorderManager and ASP do not like each other.
Here's where I'd like a little extra help.
Thus far I've gone into HTTP Proxy settings and de-selected "Enable Persistent Connections to Browsers" and "Enable Persistent Connection to Origin Servers".
I'd like to setup something in the "Caching" area to ensure that the problem is taken care of and here is my question. What's the best way to setup a rule to cover all ASP pages? I've not had a lot of luck or experience with toying with the caching settings. (The first time I did I managed to abend the server...go me! Perhaps I should unload the proxy first?)
Please give as much detail as possible since I honestly don't know exactly what I'm doing in here...I just know enough to be dangerous. :-) Any other things that I need to adjust to allow for ASP?
Many thanks in advance.