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From Jeremy Payne <>
Subject Re: Using ATS to access public file in AWS S3 Bucket results in 'AccessDenied'
Date Thu, 14 Jan 2016 15:05:16 GMT
assuming you are passing the right S3 credentials, it appears your client
request does not match a remap.config entry.

can you show the curl command used to poll ATS ? can you also show the
complete remap.config entry in question, without sanitizing values ?
if you want, just create a remap entry that looks like the below.


then send a curl request using the below format

curl -v -o /dev/null -x <ATS-LISTENING-IP>:<ATS-PORT>


curl -v -o /dev/null -x

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 12:38 AM, Daniel Carraro <>

> Hi,
> I've got an Apache Traffic Server (5.3.0) running on an AWS EC2 instance
> which I'm trying to use as a proxy server to access files in an S3 bucket.
> I've created an S3 bucket, and uploaded a basic index.html file (which has
> been made public). I'm able to access that file directly via cURL from both
> my local machine, and the EC2 instance ATS is running on. However, if I
> make a cURL request via ATS, I get a 'AccessDenied' message from S3.
> My remap.config file is as follows:
> map http://<URL>/index.html
> <bucketname>/index.html
> (I've tested this with /index.html and without, with the same results).
> If I use traffic_logcat to look at, the following log entry
> appears:
> 1452751621.502 61 <my IP Address> TCP_MISS/403 553 GET
><bucketname>/index.html - DIRECT/
> application/xml
> Enabling "Static Web Hosting" on the bucket is not a viable option for
> this project.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
> --
> *Daniel Carraro | *
> *Systems Administrator*

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