Re: strange LOG_NONE requests

From: Jason Haar <>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 1996 09:55:48 +0000 (GMT)

On Sun, 27 Oct 1996, Duane Wessels wrote:

> writes:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> 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.

Nope - that's not it. I reported this several months ago in this list and
am still seeing the same symptoms. We are behind a firewall which
explicitly denies access from the outside world on our squid server's
squid port - so I _know_ these are not connections from outside hosts.
What OSes are people seeing this affect with - we're running Linux 2.0.xx.
Sounds to me it's either a bug with Squid or with the OS's accept call...

Jason Haar, Unix/Internet Manager
OiT, Oxford. Phone: +44 1865 785051
Received on Mon Oct 28 1996 - 01:55:58 MST

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