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Timeout issues
  01/31-05:01 . 3120  Gertjan Klein <peugabdyi-lnh3n2gq2gdr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [26]
___ Yutaka, Done; log at http://www.gklein.org/temp/dg_log3.txt It seems to be this line: (WIN) 51:47 [820] --- scan_HOSTS0 [HOSTS] Oddly enough, the same sequence appears way at the beginning of the lo
  01/31-05:17 . 3121  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [37]
___ Hi, Hmm... I uploaded dbg4.exe to inspect for which host/addr the scan_HOSTS() function is stacking. I think you will be able to escape the problem by adding HOSTS=host/addr by hand. Might be. Cheer
  01/31-05:37 . 3122  Gertjan Klein <peugabdyi-lnh3n2gq2gdr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [23]
___ Yutaka, The new log is at http://www.gklein.org/temp/dg_log4.txt The culprit appears to be lines like the following: (WIN) 25:48 [1264] --- addhost1(localhost/:::) I also noticed that on the second
  01/31-06:18 . 3123  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [39]
___ Hi, The delay seems to be caused just to convert IPv6 address from symbolic representation like ":::" to its binary representation. Maybe it is delayed in inet_aton() or inet_pton(), and maybe the p
  01/31-06:35 . 3124  Gertjan Klein <peugabdyi-lnh3n2gq2gdr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [28]
___ Yutaka, Perhaps it could be the nameserver of the company I connect to? Excellent! That works! Thanks very much for your persistent support. If you're interested, you can find the log file of a succ
  02/02-05:01 . 3125  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [54]
___ Hi Gertjan, Thank you for your cooperation to solve the problem. I'm specifying "NUMERICHOST" flag for IPv6-API function to stop DNS lookup in such address translation. If the delay is caused waitin
  02/02-22:36 . 3126  Gertjan Klein <peugabdyi-lnh3n2gq2gdr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [26]
___ Yutaka, This version does have the delays, yes, so I can't use it directly. I have made available two log files: http://www.gklein.org/temp/dg_log6_a.txt (with VPN off) and http://www.gklein.org/tem
FTP/TLS Proxy
  02/07-21:55 . 3127  <pg4gabdyi-lnh3n2gq2gdr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [395]
___ Hi, I'm trying to set up an FTP/TLS proxy on SuSE Linux 9.3 and Delegate 8.11.5. I have compiled and installed delegate and everything appears to be running fine but I am having trouble authenticati
POP Proxy peculiarity
  02/10-21:40 . 3128  Andrew Shika <ph4fabdyi-lnh3n2gq2gdr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [25]
___ Greetings, Delegetate is a fine piece of software. I have configured an HTTP,SMTP and SOCKS proxy fine but i came acroess this problem when I tried to configure the POP proxy: The users have usernam
  02/11-18:01 . 3129  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ If all of your clients are to be hosted with the server "pop://servername" then delegated -P110 SERVER=pop://servername without MOUNT, i.e. without rewriting username, will work. Otherwise, if you h
FTP/TLS Proxy
  02/11-18:27 . 3130  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ STLS=fsv is available after 9.0.1 and FSV="..." cannot be used with it. Only STLS option as STLS=fsv alone without any FSV=... will be enough in usual situation. If you need options like "-cert ...
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