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How to enter secured sites via Proxy
  Posted by  Ab V.d.meerendonk  on Friday, December 19, 2003 at 4:30:29 AM (EST)
L.s.
>
>I want to make a connection with a secured site on the internet.
>It's the site of my bank were I can pay my bills etc.
>It's not working so far.
>I've tried it without LS 2003 and then it works fine.
>So I gues that the modem is not the issue.(Zyxel Prestige 650R-33)
>I've gone through the next steps in LS 2003.
>
>I made some mapped links to the sites from my bank.
>I got the IP aderesses and the port nr. (443) from the bank.
>In my browser ( IE6) I did make all the sites from the bank a trusted site.
>I can see if I make contact with one of these sites that there is
>communication because the site is recognised as a trusted site.
>It seems to me that if any data is sent back that LS 2003 blocks it.
>I also tried to make the mapped connection Biderectional.
>Therefore I mapped the IP nr's. from the bank to my own local IP nr.
>This wasn't helpfull either.
>The normal Internet connections work fine so ther must be a security
>problem.
>
>Please is there anyone who can help me with this problem.
>Should I make some other settings as well??
>
>With regards,
>
>Ab van den Meerendonk
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Friday, December 19, 2003 at 2:40:57 PM (EST)
You have to set up the HTTPS (secure) proxy in your web browser to point to port 80 on your Lan Suite server.

http://support.software602.com/products/ls2003/apps.asp?id=1
  Posted by Ab V.d.meerendonk  on Monday, December 22, 2003 at 6:52:11 AM (EST)
Thank you for your hint but this setting was already done.
Perhaps you have an next hint for me ?

Ab
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, December 22, 2003 at 12:11:58 PM (EST)
Strange.. I can access SSL sites all day when using the standard settings like I described. Maybe the site uses a non-standard port (ie, not port 443) or some kind of Java applet that is not on port 443 or is server initiated. These aren't supported by the software.
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