Re: A few patches

From: Steven <>
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007 11:27:53 +0900 (WST)

On Wed, 14 Mar 2007, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:

> tis 2007-03-13 klockan 14:50 +0900 skrev Steven:
>> The third patch (transparent-pipeline.patch) is designed to allow squid
> to
>> handle non-http traffic. If a request can not be decoded by squid, and
> it
>> was a transparently intercepted requets, it will be transformed to a
>> CONNECT request to the server that the client was trying to contact, and
>> all data will be passed to/from the server untouched by squid. (I have
> a
>> second copy of this patch that has been tested, and I can confirm that
> it
>> works when patched against squid 2.6.10. The attached patch was created
>> against the CVS tree of 2.6, and does need testing).
> Cool. Incidentally in principle this is also what's needed for
> transparent interception of non-HTTP ports (i.e. 443), even if those is
> best done with a new tunnel_port directive..
> This must be configurable. It's not acceptable to have Squid tunnel junk
> unless the administrator allowed it, not even in transparent
> interception mode.

The attached patch should fix the concerns raised.

If there are no other concerns do you want me to wait until 2.6.STABLE11
has been released before committing?


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