Hawiell, I think the goal is to investigate and get to a better understanding of what's going on.
You said "it didn't work." Whn you're testing, all tests "work", it's just a matter of figuring out what the results mean, and what the next test ought to be.
I had earlier suggested several steps, several different ways to test. I still think those are good things to try. I don't think you tried them. Configure the log, run a URL, then examine the log. what does it tell you?
There's a line in the log for each incoming URL, and then a series of lines showing what the filter did with them. Including, which rules fired, and which rules did not. This is invaluable when diagnosing things you don't understand. I also
suggested you try two other URLs.
You summed up your results of all my suggestions with "didn't work - the URL remained the same!" That's not enough. You're going to have to put a little more effort into this, if you want to solve it. I spent more
time and thought responding to this message, than you are willing to spend solving your problem.
I don't know what "the url remained the same" means. Which URL remained the same? both? What did you get FOR EACH PAGE? Did you get a 200 back? a 404? something else? Was it what you expected?
And what about the logging?
I actually don't want all these answers from you. I am suggesting the questions YOU should investigate YOURSELF. These are things you can try. Then, think about what you are seeing. Figure it out. Only you clearly
understand what you want. Only you can solve the problem. I can only make suggestions.