[Http-recorder] setting up the proxy....

George Gallen ggallen at slackinc.com
Tue Jun 8 12:46:47 EDT 2004

to your first question, no the gateway isn't a proxy as well.

As for access control...

>From the PC side, it looks like it's being dropped immediately,
but from the server side (tcpdump), there is negotiation, so
I know it's reaching the server. and when the proxy server
isn't running, there is the same negotiation, which is also the
same as when I try to telnet to another port which doesn't have a

Possibly it's access control on the system side, but it shouldn't.

I'll have to try to set it up on the PC side now and see what I get.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Roland Giersig [mailto:RGiersig at cpan.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2004 12:30 PM
>To: http-recorder at lists.bestpractical.com
>Subject: Re: [Http-recorder] setting up the proxy....
>It could be that the proxy only binds the socket for 8080 for 
>not for general IP adresses (but I find that highly 
>improbable). What is
>the exact error? Can telnet establish a connection, but it gets closed
>immediately? This would point to some sort of access control. 
>Or, if the
>connection cannot be established per se, then the port isn't visible
>from outside the server, i.e. the socket is bound to accept only from
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