Re: Problem with Apache virtual hosts

From: Duane Wessels <wessels>
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 96 14:37:48 -0800 writes:

>On Fri 8 Nov, 1996, Mathias Herberts <> wrote:
>>If I use Squid as a proxy, when I access I get the answer I
>>would get when accessing
>>Is there a way to get the right answer when accessing through
>>Squid ?
>I think the answer to this problem is connected with something
>I've observed when using 1.1 parenting to a 1.0 that has been modified
>to know about Host headers and to create them if they're missing.
>Squid 1.1 seems (by my reading and understanding of HTTP/1.1 drafts,
>and observation of what Squid is doing) to add an incorrect Host
>header - it uses the name of the parent it is connecting to, and
>not the value corresponding to the URL.
>I couldn't see the obvious mistake in the code, though, but I only
>gave it a quick look.

Yes, this is bug. Squid inserts the hostname of the proxy host
instead of the URL host. As of 1.1.beta16, Squid no longer adds
the Host: header when forwarding to another proxy/cache.

Duane W.
Received on Mon Nov 11 1996 - 14:37:48 MST

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