I was configuring a new answer for a site on GSS. I confirmed that the GSS is able to get HTTP HEAD keepalive packets back, but it still considers the answer is offline. I also confirmed that the page that I am using for polling is working fine.
You need to save the capture so that we can open in wireshark to see the HTTP header.
on the GSS, if you type tcpdump and do "?" (without quotes) and keep following with the options. In the end you will get filename where you can put http.pcap and save the file. The file should save in /home directory.
Its not working because the url the GSS is requesting is not getting a 200 OK from the Server. Youa re getting 403. forbidden. Try a different URL for the http head. The keepalive will fail if the server is nto going to send 200 OK.
Let me check and get back to you. IN the mean time open up and IE browser and got to Tools--internetoption and disable "use http 1.1" and test the url. If you get the same error then the server is not RFC complaint. Take a packet capture to use http watch to confirm the http version.
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