Re: strange LOG_NONE requests

From: Duane Wessels <wessels>
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 96 09:03:01 -0800 writes:

>>> 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:
>>Pardon my ignorance, but what am I looking at here, and why is this from
>>both end-users (clients), and from peer proxies?
>Yup, I'd like to know that as well (seeing such entries from
>routable and non-routable or non-reachable address). Esp. since the
>Squid here is also ACL'ed against accesses from outside the domain...

LOG_NONE means that someone connected to the HTTP port, but did not
make any sort of HTTP request. I.e. you get this if you make a connection
and then disconnect it immediately.

I have no idea why the IP numbers are goofy. They're simply taken
from the sockaddr return parameter of the accept() call.

Duane W.
Received on Sun Oct 27 1996 - 09:03:01 MST

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