On 04/01/03(10:52) you "Dameon D. Welch-Abernathy" <email@example.com> wrote
|This is delegate 8.5.2 on RedHat Linux 8.0.
|I am attempting to use an HTTP Proxy using a master/slave delegate setup
|using TUNNEL. I start up my tunnel like so:
Could you tell me why you need it ?
The tentative protocol for TUNNEL, Vehicle/Teleport made 8 years ago
and have rarely been used, is almost obsolete and recently I'm trying
to replace it with SockMux <URL:http://www.delegate.org/sockmux/>.
|local# delegated -P4269 TUNNEL=tty7:ssh.shio REMITTABLE=*
|ssh.shio looks like:
|o ssh ssh-gate.company.com delegate/delegated RES_NS=192.168.113.10
|In theory, this local delegate should be able to accept HTTP requests.
|It does accept HTTP requests, but it is not able to find *any* HTTP site
|whatsoever, whether it be something it should be able to resolve locally
|(such as http://www.delegate.org) or something that would be resolvable
|by the delegate at the other end of the tunnel. Errors basically say the
|URL is not found.
Sorry but I cannot understand well the explanation.
But basically, I can say that when a host-name is resolvable at the
client-side DeleGate, then the resolved address is forwarded to
MASTER-DeleGate, by a "HOSTS name/addr" pair in the "DeleGate protocol"
and it is used in the MASTER-DeleGate.
@ @ Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
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