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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 44110] - mod_proxy and Session-Based-Authentication support? (RFC4559)
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2008 23:54:00 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jhaar@trimble.co.nz  2008-01-23 15:54 -------
Hi there again

I have been looking at the Squid code around this, and the term they use is
"connection pinning" - which I gather means it's the way they make the
proxy-to-NTLM-server TCP connection stay live whilst the browser-to-proxy could
be different TCP HTTP connections? I know NTLM authentication is supposed to be
only possible over a single TCP-connection - i.e. no HTTP/1.0-style connections.

This is all guess work by me - I hope I'm not digging a deeper hole ;-)


Jason

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