I wanted to know if this was possible? We currently have an issue with 1 of our online services and it turns out to be a routing issue between Virgin and BT. The server seems to create 2 connections and when it is one the first connection it is fine, but the 2nd connection just grinds uploads to a snails pace. We found that if we proxy through a German server this company set up for us we can get the service perfectly fine.
I wondered if it was possible to get PA to do this just for this one specific URL?
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Current firewall does not have HTTP proxy and do edit HTTP header. There is a existing feature request "HTTP Proxy Support" regarding the support for same. Please request your SE to vote for this feature request to increase priority.
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If the URL always resolves to the same public IP, and you had more than one route for internet traffic, you could build a PBF rule to have traffic coming/going from/to the website, be funneled through a different internet access route.
Would this be a possible solution for your network scenario?
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