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CSS Proxy issue

I currently have a CSS that terminates the inbound SSL connection. It then makes the backend HTTP connection to the webserver. My problem is the first time I surf the HTTPS url the page loads perfectly, but if I refresh the page or try and start up a new web page to the same URL it is real slow and has a problem loading all of the icons and links. If I clear my browser cache the first time has no problem loading again.

Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers

Dave

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSS Proxy issue

Without a sniffer trace showing what the network is actually doing, it's hard to say.

If what you see is exclusively related to IE, then you may want to add the following command to your ssl proxy-list.

ssl-server <#> unclean-shutdown

Gilles.

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Re: CSS Proxy issue

Thanks for the reply, I upgraded to the latest firmware and that seemed to resolve the issue.

Cheers

Dave

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