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Posted by Erwin Moller on 02/22/06 15:36

Toke Herkild wrote:

> after upgrading my firewall, Cookie and Session data are getting deleted.
> The Session data file gets created, but when I refresh the file is
> destroyed, the same with cookies.
> Firstly I believed it to be a coding error but I have the same problem
> with PHPMyAdmin which is not my product and should work withput problems
> (and did until firewall upgrade).
> I've checked Cookie and Session handling of the firewall and the
> approiate sites are set to accept cookies and sessions. but still no hope.
> I'd like to if anyone have tried something similar.
> Regards,
> Toke Herkild

Strange problem.

I do not have a solution, but I know the request that goes through the
firewall to your webserver is just containing the cookie in its bytestream.
What the request contains is NOT the firewall's business.

It LOOKS like your firewall is doing something more than blocking/nat....
It looks like your firewall is looking at the content too. :-/

If you are sure you didn't change anything else, contact your
firewallvendor, or read their documentation.

Are you sure you didn't also change domains/ip/etc or something like that?

Erwin Moller

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