Recently installed Cisco CE-505 and the customer wants to direct everything to Microsoft Proxy Server for authentication and URL filtering with SurfControl. I added the command: http proxy outgoing host 192.168.90.2 80 primary - which directs all HTTP requests to the Proxy Server; however, the proxy server requests a login. Is there a way to pass either a plain text username and password or how to pass the original login information to the Proxy Server. The only way I know how to get around the problem is to policy route the traffic to the inside interface of the Proxy Server.
Re: CE-505 w/Microsoft Proxy Server Authentication
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