Re: strange LOG_NONE requests

From: Dancer <>
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 1996 14:38:44 +1000

Tom Minchin wrote:
> Squids,
> With the new cachemgr.cgi that comes with 1.1beta, it's reminded
> me to ask about the strange IP addresses that attempt to request
> LOG_NONE. Some of them I can probably account for since my proxy is
> 'announced' (but firmly acl'ed) as they are routable. Others, however,
> include:
> According to the logs, they merely do a LOG_NONE and vanish.
> They are rather strange since they are obviously not routable.

I thought it was just me. I get the occasional one from some of our
client IP' blahblah LOG_NONE

But usually the crazy IP addresses that you're reporting. They come in
batches, usually. Say five or six at once, and then nothing for quite a

I suspect it may be someone who's trying to request a document from the
proxy as if it were a server (eg: GET / HTTP/1.0 ) but I'm just

Received on Thu Oct 24 1996 - 22:34:15 MDT

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