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17 Oct 2002 01:37:12 GMT

I do it as what you tell:
   MOUNT="http://*%S/manual%S = rcode=403,dst="
but I can access normally.
and I try the second method too,the result is same.

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                                               主题:    Re: [DeleGate-En] URL filter ??              
                      2002-10-16 06:19                                                                
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On 10/16/02(07:07) I wrote in <>
 |On 10/14/02(15:16) you wrote
 |in <>
 | |  I was use delegate for http proxy. I want to control access of http
 | |filting URL,
 | |now I have realized that:
 | |  PERMIT="http:*:*"  MOUNT="/*%Scmd.exe%S = rcode=403"
 | |  so I can contorl all web sites of  access for cmd.exe.
 | |   but I just want to  forbid one web site for files ,such as i want
 | |"nmail"  directory  of web1, at the same time I
 | |can access web2/nmail,how to do it ?
 |MOUNT="http://*%S/nmail%S = rcode=403,dst=web1"

Of course, more simply the following will do.

  MOUNT="http://web1/nmail%S = rcode=403"

But this one matches only when the hostname in URL is written as "web1"
literally.  The former one matches with any representation of "web1"
including its aliases name or IP addresses.  Moreover, the same URL
pattern for multiple hosts can be matched with "dst={host1,host2,...}".

  @ @ Yutaka Sato <>
 ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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