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i have router redirect any CPE's that  didnot have quota to portal server (IP 172.6.0.2) ,  but i found in these days ago some CPE no have quota and didn't appear page portal  .

I made trace for 2 CPE's

1)      1’st CPE is 172.6.27.188 , it is working fine and open portal Page (http , 172.6.0.2 )  .  please find attached file (Redirectionn_work 172.6.27.118.rar)

ip.addr==172.6.27.118&&ip.addr==172.6.0.2&&tcp.port==80


2)      Another CPE is 172.6.58.58 , it can’t open portal  page  (http , 172.6.0.2 ) , please find attached file (redirection no work 172.6.58.58.rar)

ip.addr==172.6.58.58&&ip.addr==172.6.0.2&&tcp.port==80


we need to know :-

1.      Did Router send http request  of CPE IP 172.6.58.58 to portal server (172.6.0.2  ) or not ?
2.      Why can’t CPE 172.6.58.58 cannot open portal Page , this is related to router or portal server ((172.6.0.2 AAA ) did not responded ?
3. why portal server some time replay to CPE no http found 404 ?

please find diagram and pacp
Diagram.jpg
redirection-no-work-172.6.58.58.zip
172.3.27.118.zip
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I'm trying to make sense of this,

 What do you mean by CPE?

What is the URL for the "portal?"

Is the SSL'ed traffic supposed to be part of the connection to the "portal?"  If so it is possible that there is some type of HTTP/application level reject message in side one of these and we can't see it because its encrypted.

From the packet capture it appears that  172.6.58.58 is connecting to 172.6.0.2, but  there are a lot of dropped packets, so there could be a connection problem.  What does the Apache log show?
 
What did you mean by "(172.6.0.2 AAA )" not responding?  What does the "AAA" mean?
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thanks
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Um, for what?  I asked a bunch of questions.  

I guess there was a connection issue and thus all of the dropped packets.
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