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From Toby <toby.wes...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Implementing Proxy Chaining in Apache HTTP
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2012 07:00:37 GMT
Hi folks,

Alan, I'd certainly like to take a look at what you did. Did you use a similar approach or
something completely different.

Thanks Oleg too, i plan to sit down and have a go at implementing something. Do you suggest
cloning the source and working directly with it or do you think I can extend it working with
just the binaries?

Thanks again,

On 18 Mar 2012, at 19:17, Alan Ho <ideawheel@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Toby,
> I've implemented a statistics recorder that I'd be happy to share with you. We are planning
to opensource the statistics recorder, but haven't got around to it.
> Let me know if you would want to look at the code or get a demo. (or if anyone wants
to take a look)
> Regards,
> Alan Ho
> On Mar 17, 2012, at 7:27 AM, Toby <toby.weston@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> I posted a question on Stack Overflow (at
>> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9698935/proxy-chaining-in-apache-http)
>> and it was suggested I ask here so here goes...
>> I'd like to send http messages through something that I can control (mainly
>> so that I can record statistics and stash the request/response along with
>> the headers for auditing etc). So far, I'm using LittleProxy as a proxy to
>> do this but I'd like to be able to send the messages through say, a
>> corporate proxy before sending it onto my proxy. Hence I was looking at
>> proxy tunnelling with Apache HTTP.
>> I've found the source that says "Proxy chains are not supported." along
>> with a developer comment suggesting it can be done and where to start
>> looking. I'm happy to get stuck into the source and attempt to do so but
>> it'd be great if I can get a few pointers (especially around how to hook
>> any 'customisation' in).
>> oh, I'd be happy to be corrected if I am on the wrong track. I'm assuming
>> 'proxy tunnelling' is what I've tried to describe above and so is the right
>> avenue...
>> I should say that I'm open to alternative ideas too, I had originally tried
>> to redirect all messages to a socket that I control, record the message
>> details then send on to the original port but I didn't get very far with
>> that.
>> Thanks for any pointers,
>> Toby

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