[rc5] where where where

Brian Greul (Exch) bbraf08 at exch-imc.b-r.com
Fri Oct 31 15:59:57 EST 1997


a java proxy would be fantastic.
it would solve the firewall issue!
but only if it didn't do a DNS call.
DNS doesn't work behind most really stringent firewall.

>-----Original Message-----
>From:	Colin L. Hildinger [SMTP:colin at ionet.net]
>Sent:	Friday, October 31, 1997 2:26 PM
>To:	rc5 at llamas.net
>Subject:	Re: Re[2]: [rc5] where where where
>
>On Fri, 31 Oct 97 15:00:12 -0600, Eric Gindrup wrote:
>
>>     This is esactly one of the reasons I've been such a strong proponent 
>>     of Java clients.  I'd have those machines cracking already.  Not at 
>>     full speed, but at something other than zero.  Of course, Java doesn't 
>>     perform as well as the alternative...  :-P  Just grumpy about the ten 
>>     day delay for a few-line retrofit.
>>            -- Eric Gindrup ! gindrup at okway.okstate.edu
>
>I agree.  A Java 1.1.x client and a Java 1.1.x personal proxy would be
>really nice, especially the proxy since it's not performance related.
>
>
>
>Colin L. Hildinger
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