On 03/27/06(23:05) you Martin Vetter wrote in <_A3162@delegate-en.ML_>
|> You can access to https://serv/ as if it is at http://serv/
|> via a DeleGate as a HTTP proxy, acting as a HTTPS/HTTP gateway for
|> a specified server, with the following parameter:
|> MOUNT="http://serv/* https://serv/* FSV=sslway"
|> You can use filters like FTOCL="..." together with this gateway.
|works great, thank you :o)
It might not be so great because
- you will come to be unable to access real "http://serv" with this MOUNT
- it does not work when "http://serv/dir" is accessed instread of
- it does not work when full-URL a "https://serv/..." is in a anchor
somewhere in response data
Since these have been problems to be solved for years, I made a tentative
version to solve them as "delegate9.2.0-pre1.tar.gz" and uploaded it to
With 9.2.0-pre1, you can do generic MOUNT for arbitrary server hosts as:
STLS=fsv:https MOUNT="http://https.* https://*"
You can access to the HTTPS port of a server by prefixing "https." to
the host name as this:
http://https.serv1 -> https://serv1
http://https.serv2 -> https://serv2
while you can access each HTTP port as is:
http://serv1 -> http://serv1
http://serv1 -> http://serv2
This prefix string "https." can be specified as you like in the MOUNT.
By the way, if you are using DeleGate as a gateway, or reverse proxy,
these has been supported in the former versions as this:
STLS=fsv:https MOUNT="/https/* https://*"
With this, "http://DeleGate/https/serv1" will be forwarded to
D G Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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