Re: Paying for someone else's traffic?

From: David J N Begley <>
Date: Sun, 1 Mar 1998 15:47:19 +1100 (EST)

On Sun, 1 Mar 1998, Dancer wrote:

> David J N Begley wrote:
> > How's about that? Gives protection to the proxy answering the query, yet
> > doesn't cause any bogus remote proxy error to be returned to the end-user.
> What if the end-user is making the request? Can we tell? Those headers have
> to be honoured you know.

That's not the problem of the remote proxy - only the one to which the
original request was given. If we took headers so seriously we wouldn't
be looking for ways to override expiry of certain objects. ;-)


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