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smtp/pop gate
  04/07-02:55 . 0401  "Alex Dzhevala" <> [46]
  Hi! Your site have not any information about smtpgate (popgate) in English. Could you send me it? Thank you very much. Alex Dzhevala
Delegated command line
  04/09-09:00 . 0402  Mario Lobo <> [34]
  I am a teacher/network supervisor here at the American School of Recife - Brazil. Here we have the following setup (1) (2) (3) Novell 4.11 TCP/IP FreeBSD 2.2.8 ISP FreeBSD IPX/IP gateway --->> IPFW
  04/09-10:17 . 0403 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
  A typical configuration to use DeleGate as a HTTP-proxy (like Squid) forwarding every HTTP requests to another proxy without caching is like this: delegated -P8080 SERVER=http PROXY=proxy-host:8080
Using delegate as a ftp proxy
  04/09-12:04 . 0404  Mohammad Rizal Othman <> [18]
  Hi, I'm new to delegate, and am trying to configure it as an ftp proxy. Here is the situation. I've an OpenBSD machine acting as a firewall using ipnat and ipfilter. The machine is the gateway for a
  04/09-12:26 . 0405 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
  I used ``interanl'' in Manual.txt just as a meta symbol which represents internal host(s). If you specify ``RELIABLE=internal'' literally, it means allowing only clients from a host named ``internal
  04/09-13:15 . 0406  Mohammad Rizal Othman <> [33]
  Stupid me...thank you very much. That really helps.
proxy for ntp through udprelay ?
  04/10-03:07 . 0407  "Horia Georgescu" <> [29]
  Hi Is that possible? I tried the suggested example and some variations on the same theme delegated -P123/udp SERVER=udprelay://ntpserver:123/ ) and the delegate is hanging in this status: <DeleGate/
Run DeleGate as service on NT?
  04/10-20:08 . 0408  "Sergius Lezhnin" <> [35]
  Is there any possibility to run DeleGate automatically on Windows NT, like service? Sergius
proxy for ntp through udprelay ?
  04/12-15:15 . 0409 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
  on 04/10/99(03:09:20) I suppose this message shows that you didn't specify -P option or specified an illegal -P value. What if you enter command line exactly like follows? # delegated -P123/udp SERV
Run DeleGate as service on NT?
  04/12-15:22 . 0410 (Yutaka Sato) [37]
  Subject: [DeleGate-En] Re: Delegated as a NT service Cheers, Yutaka Yutaka Sato <> @ @ Computer Science Division, Electrotechnical Laboratory ( - ) 1-1-4
udprelay disappear randomly (ICQ)
  04/12-21:04 . 0411  "=?ISO-8859-2?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <> [31]
  Hi, I have the following options to do an ICQ gateway: Users has reported that sometimes their icq prog connects for a very long time, and stops with a 'cant connect' error. I look for it on the ser
WinNT 4.0 with sp4 didn't work with delegate!
  04/13-05:48 . 0412  "Everson Todoroki" <> [36]
  Just asking if there is anyone who put delegate to work on a WinNT 4.0 server machine with Service Pack 4... I tried, but without success... Everson Todoroki Durand do Brasil
Run DeleGate as service on NT?
  04/13-14:01 . 0413  Craig Carey <> [184]
  The message titled "Run DeleGate as service on NT?" might have meant there was a problem running Delegate, rather than a problem happening in Windows NT but not Windows 95. Delegate can be run in Wi
Who should be the owner of delegate (logfile security)?
  04/13-15:02 . 0414  "=?ISO-8859-2?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <> [17]
  Hi, maybe a trivial question: who should be the owner of Delegate? The default (as I see) is nobody. This means that simple users can look into logfiles(!), cache...etc, if they know the location of
udprelay disappear randomly (ICQ)
  04/13-15:05 . 0415  saxon <> [42]
  disapper from memory...
No URL logging
  04/13-21:13 . 0416  "Mario de Oliveira Lobo Neto" <> [20]
  I'm starting Delegate as: delegated -P8080 SERVER=http PROXY=proxy-host:8080 CACHE=no LOGDIR=/var/spool/delegate/log I it is really doing the job of relaying the requests to the proxy-host very well
  04/14-14:51 . 0417 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
  It should be at: /var/spool/delegate/log/8080.http By the way, what do you mean by "initialization messages" and in which file they were? I think one possibility for the cause of your problem can be
  04/14-16:57 . 0418  "Adrian H.W." <> [68]
  Delegate). It's wonderful that exist people, who find inside them resources to work hard on something, which after they finish, want to share with others without to thinks first at profits. I have s
WinNT 4.0 with sp4 didn't work with delegate!
  04/14-18:34 . 0419 (Yutaka Sato) [21]
  It is known that DeleGate of older versions than 5.8.4 (22Dec98) do not work on WinNT with "Service Pack 4". If you are using newer version of DeleGate, it is difficult to guess your problem is some
Accessing internal FTP server from outside...F-
  04/14-21:16 . 0420  "Daniel G. Rodriguez" <> [23]
  I have recently read a lot about the DeleGate program and have a very basic question. I have a dual-homed gateway which accesses an outside network and an internal private network (
  04/14-21:53 . 0421 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
  Run a FTP-DeleGate on your gateway host like this: # delegated -P21 SERVER= Then clients can access the internal host ( via the DeleGate on the gateway host (ftp:
WinNT 4.0 with sp4 didn't work with delegate!
  04/14-23:57 . 0422  "Everson Todoroki" <> [53]
  I'm using version 5.9.1 ... I just don't find any host using any service (pop, http, etc... delegate don't finmd the servers). I'm using a Winnt 4.0 with SP4. There are no conflicting ports. More in
  04/15-00:25 . 0423  "Everson Todoroki" <> [40]
  Just download 5.9.1 again, and it worked... didyou made any changes to the file since his first publication? If you want, i cand send for you the buggy version thati have... Best Regards
No URL logging
  04/15-03:39 . 0424  Mario Lobo <> [80]
  <> wrote It is. But it's zero (0) bytes, i.e., no logging is going on. I CHMOD it to "nobody" user and group, and delegate is still not logging. The 8080.http is still zero l
WinNT 4.0 with sp4 didn't work with delegate!
  04/15-08:53 . 0425 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
  ^^^ If this is exactly what you did, it will cause the situation like follows: Parameter names of DeleGate are case sensitive and unknown parameters are ignored, thus what you did is equal to ``dele
Accessing internal FTP server from outside...F-
  04/15-09:17 . 0426 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
  I missed to say that you will need to set up wider access permission than default one, if you wish to make the FTP server be open to public, by a parameter like: PERMIT="ftp:*" Cheers, Y
List-based filtering
  04/15-11:16 . 0427 (Yutaka Sato) [50]
  In existing DeleGate, MOUNT is the parameter which can be used for access control based on patterns of URL path, like this: MOUNT="* /path/of/err.cgi" [the content of
SSL proxy
  04/16-02:40 . 0428  Gary White <> [12]
  Hi- Two questions. I'm trying to proxy to an https: site inside my firewall using Delegate. Can regular Delegate do this, or is the SSL proxy module required? When I try to configure that one, my co
  04/16-09:44 . 0429 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
  You can transparently relay a TCP connection by "tcprelay" DeleGate for any protocol without interpreting what is exchanged on the connection. In your case a tcprelay-DeleGate like folllows on your
How to filter based on separate server names?
  04/16-14:49 . 0430  "Simon Bennett" <> [28]
  How do I set up a number of filters to perform different actions based on the server names. I can set up CMAP entries on the command line like: CMAP=/opt/dgate/oze.cfi:FTOCL:http:**
DeleGate on OS/2
  04/20-15:00 . 0431 [14]
  I trying to run delegate using OS/2 Warp 4.0 fixpack 9. No matter what I do I get the following errors: 04/20 00:57:03.31 [165] 0+0: TMPFILE = (3) /tmp/delegate/dg165.1.924587823 04/20 00:57:03.90 [
GUI Windows FTP Client
  04/20-19:43 . 0432  Mohammad Rizal Othman <> [5]
  Hi, Does anybody know of a GUI Windows FTP clients that works well with DeleGate?
Cache directories are mode 0777
  04/22-14:59 . 0433  Louis Mandelstam <> [43]
  Good day - [please CC me on any responses] I'm busy testing Delegate 5.9.1 for use on our systems as an FTP caching proxy. Something which bothers me is that the cache directories are all creates as
Limiting FTP cache disk usage
  04/22-15:31 . 0434  Louis Mandelstam <> [23]
  A second question from me: I need to be able to specify a maximum amount of disk space that will be occupied by the FTP cache. EXPIRE doesn't seem to be suitable, and a cron job of my own would stil
SSH telnet?
  04/22-20:11 . 0435  "=?ISO-8859-2?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <> [11]
  Hi All, I've just got a winnt telnet client prog: ZOC 3.11. With it I can connect to our linux server with ssh. But, what to do, if I want to go over the firewall with ssh? [Delegate/telnet proxy is
transparent proxy from one delegate server to another delegate server
  04/23-07:43 . 0436  yossman <> [30]
  i'm trying to set up a scenario where one delegate server on an intranet contacts my master delegate server on my backbone network, transparently. visually, this breaks down as such: intranet-node m
transparent http proxy relay intranet to backbone - one solution found
  04/23-10:27 . 0437  yossman <> [46]
  in case anyone else was wondering... if you use delegate's tcprelay feature, it seems to work fine for the application i listed previously to this list. command-line on the intranet-delegate (10.0.0
Delegate cache viewer for winxx
  04/23-14:54 . 0438  "=?ISO-8859-2?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <> [19]
  Hi All, a few weeks ago I asked you how can I view files stored in the http cache. Here is a little program which runs under windows 9x/nt. If you have access to Delegate's http cache directory (via
Password Authorization
  04/24-03:17 . 0439  "Ron DeKoker" <> [4]
  I need to set up a proxy server for nntp. Username/password autorization has to be done on the proxy for about 150 users. How do I get DeleGate to do this?
Delegate 5.9.1 comments
  04/29-18:37 . 0440  Louis Mandelstam <> [31]
  Unfortunately it doesn't look like anyone on the list is going to respond to my two questions. The first message points out a definite (though small) bug and asks about a specific design decision. (
How to set up multi-DeleGate proxies
  04/30-07:34 . 0441  "Steve Shockley" <> [14]
  I'm trying to set up several DeleGate servers on my network. I've got three remote (WAN over frame-relay) offices, and they'll all have a server running a DeleGate proxy. I'd like these proxies to f
Weird SMTP setup needed
  05/01-09:25 . 0442  Kris Kadela <> [7]
  Is it possible to set up delegate so that P207.167.13.3:25 go to and P207.167.13.4:25 go to Please help. Is it even possible?
Problems with SSLway + Netscape 4.04 + 1024 bit RSA server key || SSL3
  05/08-11:33 . 0443 [60]
  Dear Sir, I am writing to thank you for a marvellous product in DeleGate 5.9.1. I would like to use it as to allow SSL clients to access a bare HTTP server (called //external) with this config HERE=
Delegate and SSL : encrypted certificates
  05/11-23:43 . 0444 (Nicolas Ruffel) [19]
  Hi, I'm trying to use delegate as a proxy between an HTTP client and an HTTPS server. We use Netscape certificates translated to PEM files, but encrypted with a password. We tried to use the sslway
Tunneling applications using HTTP
  05/13-03:49 . 0445 [62]
  Hello, I am trying to use delegate to setup a tunnel across a firewall that only permits http. What I want to do is the following: client <---generic tcp --->delegate <---http--->delegate<---generic
Problems with DeleGate 5.9.1 + FreeBSD 2.2.8-STABLE + SSLway "CANNOT FORK"
  05/14-18:26 . 0446 [62]
  Dear Sir, I am writing to ask your help with problems with DeleGate 5.9.1 on a moderately loaded FreeBSD 2.2.8-STABLE proxy server. The problem is that either SSL connections fail or don't transport
A functionnality of delegate ?
  05/18-00:36 . 0447  "Techadmin" <> [37]
  I'd like to make a http proxy which filters out URLs by reading the HTML files, per example, which deny acces to all html files which contains the word "warez". Does Delegate support this kind of fi
Y2000 problem in the CRON parameter
  05/19-10:52 . 0448 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [31]
  There was the first report about a Y2K problem of CRON parameter in mailing-list. An attendant of the list found that CRON does not work after the year 2000, and I fixed it with a
Delegate and SSL : encrypted certificates
  05/19-13:04 . 0449 (Yutaka Sato) [129]
  SSLeay-0.9.0b/doc/callback.doc says: Following this document, I made a tentative coding of a callback function for password like enclosed. I think what is difficult is how to pass a password string
Problems with SSLway + Netscape 4.04 + 1024 bit RSA server key || SSL3
  05/19-13:23 . 0450 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
  I'm not so familiar with SSL and Netscape, but I have heard that products from Netscape exported outside of U.S.A and Canada support only 512 bits keys. If so, what I can do is just producing more i
Problems with DeleGate 5.9.1 + FreeBSD 2.2.8-STABLE + SSLway "CANNOT FORK"
  05/19-14:33 . 0451 (Yutaka Sato) [68]
  If you are running DeleGate and Squid and others under the same user id, the number of processes belong to the user might exceed the soft limit on the maximum number of processes per user. If it is
Limiting FTP cache disk usage
  05/19-15:23 . 0452 (Yutaka Sato) [34]
  The cache mechanism of DeleGate is very primitive and limiting the maximum volume for cache is not supported. What is supported is just expiring old caches periodically: <URL:
Weird SMTP setup needed
  05/19-15:33 . 0453 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
  If you mean that you are going to run DeleGate on a host with network interfaces given IP addresses and, the following parameters will work as your demand. delegated \ -P25
A functionnality of delegate ?
  05/19-16:15 . 0454 (Yutaka Sato) [34]
  A naive filtering based on contents of transferred data can be achieved with "CFI script" like this: delegated -P8080 FTOCL=/path/of/ftocl.cfi [The content of /path/of/ftocl.cfi] Content-Type: text/
  05/19-16:21 . 0455 (Yutaka Sato) [40]
  Sorry, substitute "warez" for "People" in your case. In this example, I wrote shell script directly in the CFI script. You can write an arbitrary filter program using your favorite language and call
Thanks for prev help. #### ERROR: IMMATURE REQUEST BODY (0/3984)
  05/19-16:27 . 0456  Stanley Hoprcroft <> [59]
  Dear Sir, I am writing to thank you for your gracious answers to my problems with 1024 bit RSA keys and CANNOT FORK messages. I realise now that problem 1 is a message from SSLeay - it has nothing t
  05/19-16:41 . 0457 (Yutaka Sato) [58]
  Please don't use gateway notation like "To:" because the SMTPGATE-DeleGate is configured so that it inhibits any message including a gateway notation... At a glan
May 20-21 DeleGate's WWW and FTP will stop
  05/19-16:48 . 0458 (Yutaka Sato) [9]
  WWW and FTP servers on our site will stop from May 20 to 21 because its power will be cut for maintainance. Cheers, Yutaka Yutaka Sato <> @ @ Computer Sci
Can't read patch for http.c in reply 457 (Base64 ?)
  05/19-17:16 . 0459 [67]
  Dear Sir, I am writing to thank you for your marvellously prompt reply and say that my Netscape browser renders an attachment in your reply (number 457) as what looks like a Base64 encoded attachmen
How to filter based on separate server names?
  05/19-17:40 . 0460 (Yutaka Sato) [175]
  I could not find a problem caused by multiple CMAPs for FTOCL in an experiment like this: .../src/delegated \ -P9999 -v \ CMAP="sun.cfi:FTOCL:http:**" \ CMAP="oze.cfi:FTOCL:http:*.ozemail.c
Can't read patch for http.c in reply 457 (Base64 ?)
  05/19-18:16 . 0461 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
  Recently I'm so lazy to respond to DeleGate-En because I'm struggling to develop a very basic interpreter which could be the platform of DeleGate version 6 ... This is a uuencoded data of a gzipped
Please don't mention it. A better DeleGate is worth the wait.
  05/19-18:31 . 0462 [17]
  Dear Sir, I am writing to say that there is no need to apologise for late responses to the English DeleGate mail list. Indeed there are all sorts of *good* reasons for me to be grateful for any resp
Tunneling applications using HTTP
  05/19-18:55 . 0463 (Yutaka Sato) [31]
  Do you mean that your firewall checks not only whether the port number in packets is 80 but also whether the content of a packet is in the message formats of HTTP protocol? Even so I think you can c
DeleGate on OS/2
  05/19-19:01 . 0464 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
  Is this something helpful ? <URL:> Cheers, Yutaka Yutaka Sato <> @ @ Computer Science Division, Electrotec
Compile problems
  05/19-19:18 . 0465  "Bjrn Sllarp" <> [18]
  I'm having problems compile delegate on my RedHat Linux 6.0 computer. If I just write "make" I get the message saying that i should write make PATH=".:$PATH" or something like that.. and when I writ
  05/19-20:36 . 0466 (Yutaka Sato) [34]
  Could you show me the (error) messages around the termination of your make? I only have an ancient RedHat Linux (4.1) nearby me where I can make DeleGate by ``make CC=gcc PATH=".:$PATH"''. I have AI
GUI Windows FTP Client
  05/19-21:08 . 0467 (Yutaka Sato) [17]
  I think, in principle, any FTP client can work with DeleGate by - run a FTP-DeleGate: delegate -P21 SERVER=ftp - specify the FTP-DeleGate as a target FTP server in a client - specify ftp@target-ftp-
A question about Delegate
  05/19-21:52 . 0468  Marcelo Mello <> [18]
  Dear Sir I am writing you from Montevideo, Uruguay (South America) in order to know if the product you developed may solve the following problem: I work in a Company with a direct connection to Inte
How to change POP/HTTP appearance, Configuration
  05/19-22:01 . 0469  Holger Kipp <> [39]
  Dear Sir, I am planning to use delegate as an external HTTP-Frontend for our internal mailserver, so our employees can access their mail via the Internet (using 128bit SSL of course). Example: HTTP
A question about Delegate
  05/19-22:59 . 0470 (Yutaka Sato) [28]
  Sorry but I can't figure out how did you accessed (external?) NNTP servers and why you can't access them now. Is your situation like this?? NNTP NNTP private interenet Also I don't know anything wha
A functionnality of delegate ?
  05/19-23:56 . 0471  "Techadmin" <> [40]
  For People interested in this kind of filtering, put "#!cfi" instead of "#!/bin/sh" in the script, it will work much better :) files, per example, which
How to change POP/HTTP appearance, Configuration
  05/20-00:02 . 0472 (Yutaka Sato) [63]
  Maybe the most intuitive solution is like this: (E) delegated -P8080 SERVER=https MOUNT="/* https://F:xxxx/*" \ FCL=sslway FSV=sslway (F) delegated -Pxxxx SERVER=https MOUNT="/mail/* pop://I/*" \ FC
A question about Delegate -Respuesta
  05/20-00:11 . 0473  Marcelo Mello <> [46]
  Dear Yukata: Microsoft Proxy Server provides basic HTTP & FTP proxy services; for the rest of the protocols it works with a Proxy Client that works at the Winsock level. In the security of the above
  05/20-00:44 . 0474 (Yutaka Sato) [34]
  Sorry but I feel it difficult to understand the relationship between your MS Proxy and your (previous) NNTP client, nor the location of "NNTP servers". Or, there was no relationship between MS Proxy
A functionnality of delegate ?
  05/20-01:01 . 0475 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  That's right, and I think the content of script was something confused. Also "CGI:" should be used instead of "Filter:" to return "403" as a status code of HTTP. It should have been like this: Conte
transparent proxy from one delegate server to another delegate server
  05/20-01:25 . 0476 (Yutaka Sato) [46]
  "" "" I have no idea with what parameters you could make such rewriting, I am curious about it... Anyway, in principle
A question about Delegate -Respuesta -Respuesta
  05/20-03:13 . 0477  Marcelo Mello <> [22]
  Anyway I need to know whether followings are true or not: - you wish to access to external NNTP servers on internet ? (YES) - but your NNTP client on internal net can't access to internet ? (THAT'S
Tunneling applications using HTTP
  05/21-23:06 . 0478 [67]
  Yes the firewall checks that the traffic is HTTP. There is no issue about violating security policy: The use is for a demo application and the setup will be done by the firewall people. We want to t
Urgent: server behind, client outside the firewall
  05/21-23:13 . 0479  "Soletormos Csaba" <> [13]
  Hi, We have to test our program: the server is behind the firewall (delegate) and listen on the eg: 10000 port. The client is outside the fwall, and would like to connect to the server. My question
Thanks for the patch (IMMATURE REQUEST BODY) for http.c All is well
  05/21-23:21 . 0480 [18]
  Dear Sir, I am writing to thank you for the patch for DeleGate 5.9.1/http.c and your very helpful instructions on using it ! There is no sign of the problem since installing the patch. Since prior t
Suppress Error messages
  05/22-12:50 . 0481  Greg Kellogg <> [14]
  Great product! I am using it as a point-to-point FTP proxy. [ external -> internal host via delegate ] I am permitting only a single IP address. If I try to connect from an 'unpermitted' ip I get th
  05/25-11:29 . 0482 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
  Sorry but I can't figure out what kind of denial message including IP address you see. Could you show me: - how you are running DeleGate (a set of given parameters) - exact message the DeleGate gene
Urgent: server behind, client outside the firewall
  05/25-11:48 . 0483 (Yutaka Sato) [18]
  Relaying a TCP connection without any interpretation of it content can be achieved by "tcprelay://targetHost:targetPort". Cheers, Yutaka Yutaka Sato <> @
Tunneling applications using HTTP
  05/25-12:55 . 0484 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
  I see. So my next question is if your firewall pass or not CONNECT method of HTTP. It can be checked by running a DeleGate server on (or outside of) firewall like: # delegated -v -P80 RELIABLE=insid
tcp relaying
  05/25-18:23 . 0485  "Soletormos Csaba" <> [33]
  Hi All, my question is: how can I differentiate local connections from connections coming from the "outworld"? I need this to set up a tcprelay Delegate: If the new connection to port 15000 comes fr
Time setting for Delegate
  06/03-12:56 . 0486 (Yutaka Sato) [192]
  Hi Rupert, I'm not sure if you are using DeleGate yet, but I made some extension to DeleGate which has been originated by your proposal. Making arbitrary parameters be more generally conditional has
additional url-attribs that need rewriting?
  06/03-13:09 . 0487 (Yutaka Sato) [55]
  Hi Jan, Thanks for the useful pointer to an appropriate document. This structure seems to have been introduced at DeleGate/3.0.57 (14Nov96) when HTML was maybe of more older versions. Also "CITE" se
problem with url translation?
  06/03-14:10 . 0488 (Yutaka Sato) [69]
  Hi Jan, The patch to cope with the problem of "abnormal" relative URLs was adopted to DeleGate/5.9.2, and it can be activated with the URICONV parameter like this: URICONV=+ URICONV=normal By the wa
I need help
  06/08-04:20 . 0489  "Gustavo Daniel Prado" <> [40]
  I am get work only with the http e FTP in delegate. I don't know where I place the configuration file. I use the linux Slackware, If you can help me. thanks a lot
GUI Windows FTP Client
  06/08-23:36 . 0490  "Steve Shockley" <> [37]
  I can get this to work if I run a separate DELEGATE process just for the FTP, but if I try to use my "regular" DeleGate process on port 80, it doesn't work. My command line is: start "DeleGate Proxy
Not working: DeleGate as a http proxy which make a bare HTTP cli ent be a HTTPS/SSL client
  06/11-02:36 . 0491  "Eichert, Diana" <> [78]
  First, thankyou for work you have done on delegate. I run the following command as suggested on the Delegate SSL page to allow DeleGate as a http proxy which make a bare HTTP client be a HTTPS/SSL c
  06/11-05:04 . 0492 (Yutaka Sato) [53]
  It should be requested by the bare HTTP client connecting to DeleGate (which is acting as a proxy server of HTTP in your example) Ancient NCSA-Mosaic is one of such bare HTTP clients which utilizes
  06/11-06:00 . 0493  "Eichert, Diana" <> [47]
  Hello Thanks for the information. Exactly what I needed. I am writing some Perl scripts using Net::SSLeay to test response times from various secure servers at work. Some of the servers are on the i
  06/11-13:27 . 0494 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
  Sorry but still I don't understand your situation. 1. You have a HTTPS/SSL client written in Perl 2. You have a HTTP proxy server on your firewall If these are true, I think the easiest way to pass
GUI Windows FTP Client
  06/11-15:34 . 0495 (Yutaka Sato) [18]
  Without a SERVER parameter, DeleGate works as a HTTP proxy (like with SERVER=http). "HTTP proxy" is a proxy which talks with its clients in HTTP protocol. Thus you cannot use a HTTP proxy for FTP cl
Compile problems
  06/12-01:04 . 0496  Jurijs Turjanskis <> [31]
  When I compile Delegate 5.9.2 on RedHat 6.0 I receive following error: make[4]: Entering directory `/usr/src/delegate5.9.2/teleport' gcc -O&nbsp; -I../include&nbsp; -c teleport.c gcc -O&nbsp; -I../i
GUI Windows FTP Client
  06/12-05:47 . 0497  "Steve Shockley" <> [32]
  Really? I'm able to access FTP sites through a web browser using this DeleGate command line (i.e. does that use a different method? --- Original Message --- From: Yutaka Sato
  06/16-07:41 . 0498  Oliver Hertel <> [16]
  Hi Can someone tell me how to call delegate, when it should filter incoming text/html via perl? delegated -v -P8080 CACHE=no SERVER=http CMAP="FTOCL:filter.cmd:http:*:*" PERMIT="http:*:*" REMITTABLE
A functionnality of delegate ?
  06/16-08:04 . 0499  Oliver Hertel <> [18]
  Hi! [...] Ist there a better/faster way? Ciao, Oliver Hertel Internet www
  06/16-08:26 . 0500  Oliver Hertel <> [43]
  Hi! Another question: how can i avoid the filtering of the header of a http packet? I only want to filter the html text, nothing more... Actually it looks like this: delegated.exe -v -P8181 CACHE=no
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