I understand that the access was not allowed due to a gateway timeout, we also are not running any type of malware/virus scanning on the WSA. This is from a W3C log file. The log fields we use are listed below:
This information is located in the online userguide of the WSA -> GUI -> Support and Help -> Online Userguide -> Search tab -> W3C -> page 63 about 1/4 of the was down on that page you should find the entery above.
Erik Kaiser WSA CSE WSA Cisco Forums Moderator
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I don't believe the original question was answered here and I believe I have a similar question.
Question: What are the definitions for the fields within x-result-code? It contains many variables such as URL Category (seemingly twice), Reputation Score, and many others, but what are they? Yes, many of them customers don't use due to a certain module not being present but a mystery surrounds these values. No Cisco guides, or user threads clearly explain what these are. Can anyone clarify?
Specifically above the fields which depict '1' right after the reputation score, 'trojan', 'unknown' the first time, 'unknown' the second time, and '1.26'.
Signatureman, sorry for the very late response, in looking for an answer to an unrelated question I saw yours. I hope the attached sheet is what you are looking for, this sheet has helped us resolve an endless amount of issues, it has been invaluable in providing good service to our users and being able to speak intelligently when a problem is encountered. Hope it is of help to you as well. Regards.
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