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Performance on Windows
  04/06-05:49 . 3700  Ed Vander Hoek <> [26]
___ To summarize the log file: 150ms: initialize connection 100ms: CFI_SYNC 260ms: init SSLWAY 250ms: actual relay 110ms: shutdown connection Total: 870ms I can send you the 17Kb log file if you want to
  04/06-21:29 . 3701  "Surya 69" <> [24]
___ hi there, i want to join ur forum. i have tried to install delegate 9 in windows xp.. as per instructions given on site.. but i got the message in console.. that your delegate has initialize but i c
Performance on Windows
  04/06-22:58 . 3702 (Yutaka Sato) [34]
___ Hi, Ooops, it seems too slow :) I also made similar observation on my machine and saw the latency about 500ms. In DeleGate/9.6.X, I'm re-implementing built-in filters including Gzip and SSL based on
  04/08-08:21 . 3703  evh1001 <> [14]
___ Thanks Yutaka, that sounds very promising. Any idea when 9.6.1 might be released? Thanks, Ed.
  04/08-08:56 . 3704 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
___ The preliminary implementation of thread based SSL just for STLS=fcl (or for FCL=sslway) was released the day before yesterday and is available at the above location as 9.6.0-pre9. 9.6.1 will be aft
please send me admin e mail id to install delegate 9 in ubuntu
  04/10-19:21 . 3705  "Surya 69" <> [19]
___ -- please send me ADMIN info to use delegate i am a pg student at iiitmk kerla, India,,, waiting for positive reply KEEP SMILING... SURYA69...
HTTP keep-alive questions
  04/13-23:07 . 3706  "lhwork" <> [26]
___ Dear Yutaka, I'm testing Delegate v9.5.6 on Windows with Firefox. My main Delegate settings: -P8080 SERVER=http HTTPCONF=kill-qhead:Via CACHE=no RESOLV=dns Firefox sends the next HTTP headers to Del
  04/15-08:16 . 3707 (Yutaka Sato) [41]
___ Hi, Connection, Proxy-Connection and Keep-Alive are "hop-by-hop" headers which MUST NOT be forwarded. Connections are kept-alive by default in HTTP/1.1 without these headers, and Keep-Alive and Prox
I can't understand why DeleGate not work for me under windows
  04/17-19:02 . 3708  thomas anderson <> [73]
___ As i wrote in the subject: I can't understand why DeleGate not work for me under windows by the command line i start: delegated -P8080 SERVER=http -v ADMIN=you@your.. delegated start but when i try
Questions about SSLway
  04/17-19:34 . 3709  "Kwis Angelo" <> [171]
___ Hello Yutaka, I have been running Delegate for the past few days. However, there are some instances where I cannot establish a session with the HTTPS site. The console logs show this error: 5684:err
  04/18-02:16 . 3710 (Yutaka Sato) [46]
___ Hi, Do you mean it succeeds SSL at the beginning till the error? How oftern does it occur? You can see more detailed log of SSLway in the negotiation phase with the following option: TLSCONF=-vd And
  04/18-17:40 . 3711  "Kwis Angelo" <> [765]
___ Hi Yutaka, I have the logs below after disabling session cache and allowing the negotiation phase logging. I tried several times. The first one (highlighted in blue) was able to do establish a sessi
  04/18-19:55 . 3712  "Kwis Angelo" <> [1055]
___ Hi Yutaka, I did a snoop and found some difference with how packets are transmitted during the negotiation phase between the client and server. I attached the snoop output file for your reference. I
  04/18-22:51 . 3713 (Yutaka Sato) [54]
___ Hi, The session cache seems not disabled because you did TLSCONF="-vd, scache:no" istead of TLSCONF="-vd,scache:no" as the log shows: If the above does not take effect, disabling xcache might be eff
  04/19-09:21 . 3714 (Yutaka Sato) [51]
___ Chris, I could reproduce the problem with SSLway with "-ssl2" option and confirmed it can be escaped with TLSCONF="scache:no" option. I'll fix it as the enclosed patch which will be applied to the n
  04/19-12:48 . 3715  "Kwis Angelo" <> [114]
___ Oh thank you very much! Its working now, really appreciate your help on this :-) One more question...Im trying to print out the console logs to a I piped it to a file using the command line
  04/22-04:18 . 3716 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ Hi, Stop using "-v" option which force logs to be put onto the console. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industri
TLS problem... where am I going wrong?
  04/22-22:22 . 3717  Ron Hackett <> [38]
___ DeleGate lists the exact feature I'm looking for... but I can't get it to work. :( Is there a support forum, mailbox, IRC channel where DeleGurus hang out? I'd love to get this up and running but I
sockmux authorizer
  04/23-07:39 . 3718  Martin Papadopoulos <> [30]
___ hello yutaka, using delegate as an sockmux server with authorizer="-list{user:pw}" does not work from a client with myauth="user:pw" . it looks like the authorization is established as anonymous@hos
  04/23-08:14 . 3719 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, Why do you think so? It seems working as follows: (server-side) % delegated -v -P9999 SERVER=sockmux AUTHORIZER="-list{u:p}" {S}03:18.716 ### Encryption start for incoming comm. [2](4)/2 {S}03:1
  04/23-08:37 . 3720  Martin Papadopoulos <> [73]
___ Yutaka Sato schrieb: at first sight , i thought so too, but change the password on the client side intentionally to a wrong password , and the authorization still is valid allthough the password is
Unknown UDP ports
  04/23-18:39 . 3721  Peter Rabbitson <> [42]
___ Hi, I am successfully running delegate, no problems no issues (I am also aware that there is a new version, have not upgraded yet). However besides binding on the 8080 pot as requested, delegate bin
  04/23-22:19 . 3722 (Yutaka Sato) [42]
___ The UDP ports are for the DNS resolver of DeleGate. You can see where it is created in the LOGFILE with the following option: RES_DEBUG=-1 For examplle as this: 04/23 21:56:11.92 [8802] 0+0: {R} RES
  04/24-20:53 . 3723  Peter Rabbitson <> [33]
___ Yes, this works. Just of curiosity, why the default order of RESOLV gives higher priority to 'dns' as opposed to 'sys'? Is there a certain rationale behind doing own dns queries instead of asking th
SSL -CApath not working
  04/26-21:39 . 3724 [19]
___ Hello, I would like to get a confirmation if the option [-CApath dir] not working, while trying to do client authentication. The option [-CAfile file] works like a charm ../delegated -P2121 SERVER=f
  04/27-13:44 . 3725 (Yutaka Sato) [26]
___ Hi, You need name the hashed file as "18c82eb5.0" to use it with -CApath and nowadays it's recommended to make it automatically with the "c_rehash" command. See <URL:
delegated does not start
  05/08-12:44 . 3726  =?Windows-1251?B?0eXw4+XpINHi//Lq6O0=?= <> [85]
___ Hello! The problem when start under freebsd 6.2 FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE #0: Wed Apr 4 10:02:02 SAMST 2007 i386 insta
  05/09-08:08 . 3727 (Yutaka Sato) [48]
___ Hi, On 05/08/07(12:44) you =?Windows-1251?B?0eXw4+XpINHi//Lq6O0=?= <> wrote in <_A3726@delegate-en.ML_> From where you got the delegate binary and what does "make install" do? ^^^ ^^^
Re[2]: [DeleGate-En] delegated does not start
  05/10-12:34 . 3728  =?Windows-1251?B?0eXw4+XpINHi//Lq6O0=?= <> [26]
___ Hello, Yutaka. I got the delegate SOURCE CODE from "make install" - a standard FreeBSD port setup command, included "download", "untar", "configure", "make" and
  05/10-14:17 . 3729 (Yutaka Sato) [66]
___ Hi, At the end of the make, you should have seen message as this: -- File MD5: 304cc40a65428284118c29da45d97b63 -rwxr-xr-x 1 yutaka yutaka 3178140 May 9 07:57 delegated This log shows that the MD5 (
Re[2]: [DeleGate-En] Re[2]: [DeleGate-En] delegated does not start
  05/10-14:50 . 3730  =?Windows-1251?B?0eXw4+XpINHi//Lq6O0=?= <> [67]
___ Hello, Yutaka. Yes, see below: cp -f -p dg.exe delegated ../dg.exe -Fesign -s -w delegated -- File MD5: 2d38b2a384b2c68659f106e877feabca -rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 2864002 May 10 10:30 delegated "src/d
Proxy for VMware
  05/11-00:38 . 3731  Corley Kinnane <> [34]
___ Hi, I have a problem where I have a group of machines on a local subnet with a box that acts as a NAT to allow internet out but not allow internet into the subnet directly. If I want to setup a prox
  05/11-01:08 . 3732 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, Does not the client support SOCKS(BIND) as FTP clients do? Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Scienc
  05/11-01:57 . 3733  Corley Kinnane <> [56]
___ I don't know - Is the SOCKS method the way dynamic ports are allocated ? Does this mean I can use a SOCKS proxy at the gateway and the dynamic ports will be opened there ? VMware does not have optio
  05/11-02:17 . 3734 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ So called data-connections of FTP by the PORT command requires connection establishment from the server to the client on dynamically allocated port by the client, and SOCKS relays it by its BIND com
DeleGate/9.6.0 (ALPHA) -- thread based fast SSL and smooth gzip/HTTP
  05/20-17:02 . 3735 (Yutaka Sato) [81]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.6.0 (ALPHA) -- thread based fast SSL and smooth gzip/HTTP This release includes major performance en
pricing question
  05/23-23:15 . 3736  Richard Amend <> [65]
___ Could you please provide clarification on usage and pricing of DeleGate? We are interested in using your product for of our platforms that do not support TLS. Thanks, Richard C. Amend zSeries Coordi
  05/24-00:29 . 3737 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
___ Hi, Please let us know about the followings to estimate the price of DeleGate for your usage: - the outline of your usage of DeleGate - the application protocols to be used (ex. HTTP, FTP, ...) - if
Delegate via perl ftp module
  05/25-03:24 . 3738  "Bob Hampton" <> [104]
___ Hi, We have a perl script which works well via the java ftp proxy caled ftpproxy. It uses the perl ftp module to connect and retrieve a list of files: $ftp=Net::FTP->new($host,Timeout=>240) or $newe
  05/25-15:13 . 3739 (Yutaka Sato) [48]
___ It is normal that DeleGate as a FTP-proxy returns its default root including "dummy" only if you don't specify what is the root with a parameter like MOUNT="/* ftp://ftpserver/*" (with which DeleGat
DYLIB and configuration file
  05/30-00:46 . 3740 [22]
___ It seems the usage of DYLIB in conjuction of a configuration file does not working properly. if i try using DYLIB parameter in command line it works, but not if i put this in a configuration file. F
  05/30-00:59 . 3741 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ Hi, Ooops... I should have written so in Manual.htm. DYLIB is one of parameters (like DGROOT and CHROOT) which cannot be given in +=parameters. You need to specify it in command line arguments or yo
passing original url as parameter for redirected webpage
  05/31-07:09 . 3742  "Robert van Leiden" <> [51]
___ Hi and greetings from Holland, Delegate looks to me like a very powerful tool, but it's hard to find the right commands. I would like to know if it's possible to use delegate for the following: - de
  05/31-10:54 . 3743 (Yutaka Sato) [79]
___ Hi, Since the HTTPS request is encrypted in SSL, no one except the target origin HTTPS/SSL server can see the requested URL, by principle. But you can peep the encrypted request by DeleGate as a pro
  06/01-06:52 . 3744  "Robert van Leiden" <> [13]
___ Thank you very much for this feedback Yutaka! I want to test this setup (is adding STLS=mitm the only required change for my code?), but I'm having a lot of trouble compiling the adapted 9.6.0 sourc
  06/01-10:01 . 3745 (Yutaka Sato) [24]
___ Hi, Sorry, I could not imagine that you are an user of Windows :) Indeed the source code release is not complete for Windows, so I uploaded the patched binary as
relaying with single process
  06/01-23:23 . 3746 [10]
___ Hello, is it possible to use delegate to act as reverse proxy to many server with only one single process (command line), like reversing to ftp, http, etc. server without having to run multiple dele
passing original url as parameter for redirected webpage
  06/02-05:47 . 3747  "Robert van Leiden" <> [58]
___ Hi, yes, when it comes to doing special things on this level Windows is not the most ideal platform. I've tested the new binary with the mitm parameter and it works great. However... Unfortunately t
  06/02-11:19 . 3748 (Yutaka Sato) [71]
___ Hi, Of course. Any trial to peep the content of the communication encrypted by SSL MUST be detected by the client as the Man-In-The-Middle attack (MITM). Otherwise we can trust SSL to be secure. I d
relaying with single process
  06/02-14:10 . 3749 (Yutaka Sato) [17]
___ It can be as follows: delegated -P21,80 SERVER=ftp://ftpserv:-:-P21 SERVER=http://wwwserv:-:-P80 or you can use the INETD parameter. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> http://deleg
ftp sftp get problem
  06/04-22:16 . 3750  "Nuellmann, Thorsten" <> [85]
___ Hi, I have a delegate server running and try to use the ftp/sftp gateway. It works, I can put files bigger 500MB no problem Now I will get files from sftp server, I can only get files less 32786, wh
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