On 10/25/02(01:14) I wrote in <_A1952@delegate-en.ML_>
|On 10/23/02(19:37) you "Hantke, Jens (GOD)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|wrote in <_A1948@delegate-en.ML_>
| |I want to encrypt communication between two Delegates.
| |client --http--> local_delegate --https--> master_delegate --http--> server
| |This works fine with the following parameters:
| |local delegate:
| |delegated -P8008 -vt FMD="sslway" MASTER="master-delegate:8008"
| |master delegate:
| |delegated -P8008 -vt FCL="sslway" DGROOT="path/to/delegate"
| |Now I want to add another (non delegate) proxy server:
| |client --http--> local_delegate --https--> PROXY_SERVER --https-->
| |master_delegate --http--> server
| |is there a way to route the local delegate's requests over the proxy_server
| |to the master-delegate? I tried SSLTUNNEL="proxy_server:port", but that
| |seems to be ignored.
|So far, connecting to MASTER-DeleGate via SOCKS-proxy is supported,
|but connecting to MASTER via SSLTUNNEL (CONNECT/HTTP-proxy) is not yet.
|The enclosed patch (for DeleGate/8.0.7) will enable it with following
|The CONNECT specifies using SSLTUNNEL (via "https" proxy) to reach
|master_delegate (in "delegate" protocol).
Another solution, without modifying the code of DeleGate but a little
bit eneffecitve, is using one more DeleGate locally just for relaying
toward MASTER via SSLTUNNEL.
delegated -P8008 FMD="sslway" MASTER="localhost:8009"
delegated -P8009 SERVER=tcprelay://master_delegate:8008 SSLTUNNEL=proxy_server:port
@ @ Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
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