Both SLAs are succesful, but with Wireshark I can see that HTTP get request reaches ISA server, but no return traffic from the cisco.com is recieved on the WAN interface of the ISA server. Wireshark says for incoming GET packet "400 Bad Request. The data is invalid."
It looks like the ISA drops the connection. It seems ISA sees received HTTP GET coming not from the browser so it is not "real" http traffic.
How can I achive that HTTP GET request pass through the ISA and reach cisco.com web server. It doesn't have to be cisco.com. It can be any web site which is UP and running 24/7.
I've just done the version that works. The problem was also the fact that only authenticated users could pass ISA to reach certain web site. After adding access rule which allows unauthenticated users just for this SLA purpose I get working scenario just using this:
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