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From "Robin P. Blanchard" <robin.blanch...@georgiacenter.org>
Subject Re: mod_proxy support for exchange 2000
Date Thu, 03 Oct 2002 13:18:08 GMT
interestingly enough, I decided to fool around with an old 1.3.24 
installation and IE suceeds there also. the new tcpflow file contains:
tcpflow/
tcpflow/2.0.42/
tcpflow/2.0.42/mozilla
tcpflow/2.0.42/ie
tcpflow/1.3.26/
tcpflow/1.3.26/ie
tcpflow/1.3.26/mozilla
tcpflow/1.3.24/
tcpflow/1.3.24/ie

and is located (still) at:
ftp://ftp.wuga.org/pub/tcpflow.tar.gz

Robin P. Blanchard wrote:
>  >>What I need to see to make head or tail of this is two set of headers:
>  >>The first needs to show the transaction from the browser to the reverse
>  >>proxy. The second needs to show the reverse proxy to the backend server.
>  >>
>  >>Use a tool like tcpflow on the reverse proxy to get these two traces.
> 
> looks like my original posting was disregarded due to binary attachments...
> said file is at ftp://ftp.wuga.org/pub/tcpflow.tar.gz
> 
> attached is tcpflow.tar.gz, containing:
> tcpflow/
> tcpflow/2.0.42/
> tcpflow/2.0.42/mozilla
> tcpflow/2.0.42/ie
> tcpflow/1.3.26/
> tcpflow/1.3.26/ie
> tcpflow/1.3.26/mozilla
> 
> which (hopefully) will demonstrate IE's inability to login using the
> 1.3.26 reverse proxy.

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Robin P. Blanchard
Systems Integration Specialist
Georgia Center for Continuing Education
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