[PROXYPER] Personal Proxy can't use SQUID proxy

Bryan Craig Edwards bedwards2 at pcmagic.net
Fri Jan 15 17:48:06 EST 1999


You can use the new clients with any of the Personal Proxies, including
279b, 280, or 281.  If you don't like the 30x series of PPs then use the 280
proxy.

Craig Edwards

-----Original Message-----
From: Don Davis <djtech7 at yahoo.com>
To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net <proxyper at lists.distributed.net>
Date: Friday, January 15, 1999 5:48 AM
Subject: [PROXYPER] Personal Proxy can't use SQUID proxy


>I have successfully been running personal proxy at my work (build 280).
>My work uses Squid/2.0.PATCH2 on a Solaris computer for the proxy.  I
>have
>recently been trying the new builds (300+) in hopes to convert my
>network over
>to the new faster clients.  Today I tried build 303 and here is the
>results:
>
>
>[01/15/99 13:31:50 UTC] Server 207.217.173.181 changed from state 0 to 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:50 UTC] Server 207.217.173.181 changed from state 1 to 8
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Establishing handshake.
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Got handshake acknowledment.
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7ce4bc80:e0000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 request, iter 64.
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7d957c53:00000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c8e8ae0:40000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c7e95ad:50000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c30a47a:d0000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c0e7a05:20000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c122292:20000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7cd68559:10000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c702671:60000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7611d57b:f0000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7dc8deb1:00000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7d94bb9a:00000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7df5d69c:60000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7da37bbb:90000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 block
>7c1c9f26:90000000, iter 1
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] Server 207.217.173.181 is no longer connected
>(reading).
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Closing server connection.
>[01/15/99 13:31:52 UTC] server: Successfully put back 15 unsent blocks.
>[01/15/99 13:36:00 UTC] Creating outgoing server connection.
>[01/15/99 13:36:00 UTC] rc564 r=0/20, d=12152/3, 0.0 Mkeys/sec, tot=0
>[01/15/99 13:36:00 UTC] desII r=0/20, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec, tot=0
>[01/15/99 13:36:01 UTC] Server 207.217.173.181 changed from state 0 to 1
>[01/15/99 13:36:01 UTC] Server 207.217.173.181 changed from state 1 to 8
>[01/15/99 13:36:02 UTC] server: Establishing handshake.
>
>The relevent portion of my proxyper.ini is:
>[KeyServer]
>ipaddress=207.217.173.181
>port=2064
>connectperiod=30
>connectivity=normal
>;bindip=                        ; IP to talk out to keyserver from
>uuehttpmode=2
>httpproxy=obtained from network setup... don't peek =)
>httpport=80
>;httpid=
>
>I have to use the IP for the key server address otherwise it always
>resolves to 255.255.255.255
>and packet fails validation.  I've tried all the uuehttpmodes but this
>one should be the correct
>one.  I know Jeff Lawson aka bovine at distributed.net has been working
>on the recent build
>trying to fix problems, but was wondering if this problem is being
>looked into?  I'm going
>to be setting up a new network here (40+ PII350's) and would love to
>be able to use the newer
>faster clients.  Please help!
>
>p.s. As you can see I made the mistake of converting to the new proxy
>for a day and have a lot
>of the new proxy completed buffers to dump.  Can I mail this somewhere?
>
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