FW: Re: non-standard ports

From: Ken Piotto <krp@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 97 11:28:46 EST

Thanks everyone. I just screamed at my network guy, who insisted that our
router access list was not preventing connections to non-standard ports, to
disable it momentarily. Sure enough ......!!!!!!!

On Fri, 14 Nov 97 10:30:58 EST Ken Piotto wrote:
>On Fri, 14 Nov 1997 14:11:23 +0000 Tilman Schmidt wrote:
>>At 10:00 14.11.97 EST, Ken Piotto wrote:
>>>How does squid handle http requests to
>>>non-standard ports? Maybe a better question is, does anyone know what
>>>to be configured to allow non-standard port requests? I've tried http-gw
>>>spawned from inetd but I think may be confusing squid right now. Sorry if

>>>this is a FAQ.
>>My Squid handles non-standard ports just fine. I didn't configure anything
>>for that. I have entered the Squid machine and port as HTTP proxy in the
>>browser, and when I type in an URL of the form http://host:port/ it just
>>works. What happens at your place when you try that?
>Unfortunately it simply doesn't work. Standard requests to port 80 works
>fine but http://host:port just sits there and does nothing. Netscape says
>"host contacted, waiting for reply" but the socket connection never gets
>Ken Piotto
>Bell Solutions

Ken Piotto
Bell Solutions

Received on Fri Nov 14 1997 - 07:37:47 MST

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