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[DeleGate-En] Re: MASTER through proxy
06 Feb 2003 13:47:15 GMT

I'm not sure I understand exactly how the sockmux is meant to work, but I 
seem to have it working right now, although its a bit strange. 

I put
 -P8080 SERVER=sockmux SERVER=",-in" on the server and
SERVER=sockmux://serveraddress:8080 PORT=678 on the client.
I'm only trying to get one-way http proxy to work to begin with.
When I used SERVER="http,-in" it didn't work.. Seemed like it spawned a new 
delegate that exited immediately.. I'll try that again though..
The strange thing is that it works when I put or any address 
into the server parameter. I'm sure it's not really connecting to those 
addresses even though it says things like
02/06 13:33:03.05 [216] 0+0: ConnectToServer connected [27] 
{ <- serveraddress:4893} [0.021s] 

I guess its using its own delegate http proxy, which is what I wanted, but 

Yutaka Sato writes: 

> On 02/06/03(20:09) you wrote
> in <_A2113@delegate-en.ML_>
>  |I then tried using a method like you suggested in 
>  |
>  |because I need all the communication to be encrypted.
> ...
>  |Only problem seems to be that every connection from my applications opens a 
>  |new connection through the proxy, with ssl negotiation every time. This  
> You can use SockMux to tunnel outgoing/incoming connections on a
> single persistent connection which can be established via SSLTUNNEL
> and can be encrypted with SSLway.  <URL:> 
> Cheers,
> Yutaka
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