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I am trying to elminate my ISA 2006 server and use url filtering. The setting to use the ISA server were applied using a GPO that sets the internet options/connections to user the proxy server. I modified the GPO and have confirmed that the internet options setting was removed from the users pc's. But the users are still going to the old proxy server, what is the best way to check to see what might be sending them to the proxy server and if its the PA that is routing them there still?

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I thought I did but here it is againprimary.gif

opps :smileyhappy: Please share the interface (Network > Interface) screenshot.

Thanks

Here it is

interface.gif

Which one is the LAN side ( Trust) interface...?

Thanks

Here are the layer 2 or the routes to the inside network

vlan.gif

Hello Infotech,

From the routing table of the PAN firewall, it looks like the default route is pointing towards the primary-ISP for all internet traffic (0.0.0.0/0) and if a packet comes for specific destination 172.16.0.0/12, then only it will redirect to the next VR "Secondary". Hence, PAN will not redirect internet traffic towards the POXY. You may need to check the Laptop settings once more.

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So are you telling me that the route is not sending the traffic to the proxy?

Yes,

If the end-user's laptop/desktop sending traffic to 172.16.1.11, then only PAN will send it to the PROXY, else for all public destination IP address, the PAN firewall will route  towards the Primary-ISP.

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I don't see anything indicating that the pc is sending the traffic to the proxy I removed the internet options that would send it to the proxy

have you solved the issue ?

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