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[DeleGate-En] Re: Reverse Proxy question
29 Nov 2008 18:08:33 GMT Jeff <>

Ok, rather embarrassingly I noticed now that I was running 9.7.7. I
apologise for this :( It seems to work as expected on the new version... the
various reverse proxies are working quite nicely (need some tweaking but
works well so far)

One last question, I can't seem to find any way in the documentation to
filter specific URLs.

The problem is, some users are requesting a high bandwidth URL and I need to
filter it. For example, assume that I know the format of a URL to load video
files. I just want users to be able to load the text page with no
multimedia. So an example would be something like: FILTER_URL=*video.avi* or
FILTER=*media.php*. I hope this makes sense..

So in summary, that would be to reject or deny certain URLs but "permit all"
on the rest i.e. selective exclusion/rejection based on URL pattern

Thanks and regards,

On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 7:48 PM, Yutaka Sato <> wrote:

> Hi,
> In message <_A4238@delegate-en.ML_>
> on 11/30/08(02:26:04)
> you Jeff <> wrote:
>  |I have tested once again with the same result. From another pc on the
>  |network, whether I use http://news24.local or - I
> get
>  |the same result i.e. replaced with news24.local or
>  | respectively. So I am not getting to the correct page when
>  |specifying It is instead serving the local proxy
> for
>  | irrespective. Even if I enter http://iol.local :(
>  |
>  |Config file is below ->
>  |
>  |rproxy.conf:
>  |DGOPTS="-P80"
>  |SERVER=http
>  |ADMIN=jeff@xx..xx
>  |MOUNT="/** nvhost="
>  |MOUNT="/** nvhost=iol.local"
>  |MOUNT="/** nvhost=news24.local"
>  |
>  |Am I specifying something incorrectly?
> Your configuration seems right.
> So far, the possibilities are: you are using an old DeleGate (older than
> 9.8.2-pre46) which does not support the nvhost option, or your client
> program is something strange which does not support "Host:" header filed,
> or the Host: header is removed or replaced somewhere between the client
> and the DeleGate.
> Cheers,
> Yutaka
> --
>  9 9   Yutaka Sato <>
>  ( ~ )  National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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