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From Graham Leggett <minf...@sharp.fm>
Subject Re: ProxyPass to local IIS
Date Sun, 07 Oct 2001 08:59:58 GMT
Julio Monteiro wrote:

> I wondered if it was because mod_proxy does HTTP/1.0
> GETs, right? Thus I tried to manually telnet 10.0.0.4:80
> and GET /somedomain/somefile.asp HTTP/1.0 and the
> asp file got to me rendered nicely, have alook at the
> response headers:
> GET /melissaartesanato/asp/principal.asp HTTP/1.0

Can you send a trace of what it looks like through the proxy?

Also - what version of Apache are you using?

> This "Cache-control" header may have something to do with it?
> Or could it be something else?

Cache-control controls the way HTTP/1.1 proxies and browser caches cache
content, so no - it shouldn't make a difference.

Regards,
Graham
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