[PROXYPER] OGR

Jeff Lawson jlawson at bovine.net
Mon Feb 14 10:31:39 EST 2000


On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, Paul Walker wrote:

> Quick query - perproxy 313, doing fetch/flush via proxied HTTP to the
> round-robin servers on euro80.v27.distributed.net, and no OGR packets are
> coming in. Presumably this isn't a proxy problem; am I using the wrong
> round-robin?

OGR is not quite enabled yet.

> 
> Also - not as a bug, but the console messages are a little confusing:
> 
> [02/14/00 13:11:46 UTC] Uplink: [1] Establishing handshake with 138.198.1.54...
> [02/14/00 13:11:48 UTC] Uplink: [1] Server is running version 312.
> [02/14/00 13:11:48 UTC] Uplink: [1] Got permission acknowledgement.
> [02/14/00 13:11:48 UTC] Uplink: [1] The fullserver says: "Why is a cow ? Mu.
> [02/14/00 13:11:46 UTC] server: --> uplink rc564 x 8 871d8fda:70000000
> [02/14/00 13:11:46 UTC] server: --> uplink rc564 x 1 871d8fda:f0000000
> [02/14/00 13:11:46 UTC] Uplink: [1] connection to 145.89.128.136 changed state
>                                 from 0 (ESTNONE) to 1 (ESTCONNWAIT)
> [02/14/00 13:11:46 UTC] Uplink: [1] connection to 145.89.128.136 changed state
> 
> 138.198.1.54 is the web proxy here; 145.89.128.136 is presumably the
> fullserver it's actually talking to. Confusion. :-)

By design.  At the time of connection establishment, your personal proxy
does not know the final end point it will be connecting to since it must
connect first through your intermediate firewall.  



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