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Subject cvs commit: httpd-2.0/docs/manual/mod mod_proxy.html
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2002 15:51:01 GMT
martin      02/01/30 07:51:01

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  @@ -1,16 +1,16 @@
   <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2 Final//EN">
  -<HTML>
  -<HEAD>
  -<TITLE>Apache module mod_proxy</TITLE>
  -</HEAD>
  +<html>
  +<head>
  +<title>Apache module mod_proxy</title>
  +</head>
   
   <!-- Background white, links blue (unvisited), navy (visited), red (active) -->
  -<BODY
  - BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF"
  - TEXT="#000000"
  - LINK="#0000FF"
  - VLINK="#000080"
  - ALINK="#FF0000"
  +<body
  + bgcolor="#ffffff"
  + text="#000000"
  + link="#0000ff"
  + vlink="#000080"
  + alink="#ff0000"
   >
   <!--#include virtual="header.html" -->
   
  @@ -22,107 +22,110 @@
   </blockquote>
   
   
  -<H1 ALIGN="CENTER">Apache module mod_proxy</H1>
  +<h1 align="center">Apache module mod_proxy</h1>
   
  -<p>This module provides for an <STRONG>HTTP 1.1</STRONG> proxy / gateway
  +<p>This module provides for an <strong>HTTP 1.1</strong> proxy / gateway
   server.</p>
   
  -<P><A
  -HREF="module-dict.html#Status"
  -REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Extension
  -<BR>
  -<A
  -HREF="module-dict.html#SourceFile"
  -REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Source File:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy.c
  -<BR>
  -<A
  -HREF="module-dict.html#ModuleIdentifier"
  -REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module Identifier:</STRONG></A> proxy_module
  -<BR>
  -<A
  -HREF="module-dict.html#Compatibility"
  -REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> Available in Apache 1.1 and later.
  -</P>
  +<p><a
  +href="module-dict.html#Status"
  +rel="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Extension
  +<br>
  +<a
  +href="module-dict.html#SourceFile"
  +rel="Help"
  +><strong>Source File:</strong></a> mod_proxy.c
  +<br>
  +<a
  +href="module-dict.html#ModuleIdentifier"
  +rel="Help"
  +><strong>Module Identifier:</strong></a> proxy_module
  +<br>
  +<a
  +href="module-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +rel="Help"
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> Available in Apache 1.1 and later.
  +</p>
   
  -<H2>Summary</H2>
  +<h2>Summary</h2>
   
   This module implements a proxy/gateway for Apache. It implements
   proxying capability for
  -<CODE>FTP</CODE>,
  -<CODE>CONNECT</CODE> (for SSL),
  -<CODE>HTTP/0.9</CODE>,
  -<CODE>HTTP/1.0</CODE>, and
  -<CODE>HTTP/1.1</CODE>.
  +<code>FTP</code>,
  +<code>CONNECT</code> (for SSL),
  +<code>HTTP/0.9</code>,
  +<code>HTTP/1.0</code>, and
  +<code>HTTP/1.1</code>.
   The module can be configured to connect to other proxy modules for these
   and other protocols.
   
  -<P>This module was experimental in Apache 1.1.x. Improvements and bugfixes
  +<p>This module was experimental in Apache 1.1.x. Improvements and bugfixes
   were made in Apache v1.2.x and Apache v1.3.x, then the module underwent a major
   overhaul for Apache v2.0. The protocol support was upgraded to HTTP/1.1,
   and filter support was enabled.
   
  -<P>Please note that the <STRONG>caching</STRONG> function present in mod_proxy up to Apache
  -v1.3.x has been <STRONG>removed</STRONG> from mod_proxy and will be incorporated
  +<p>Please note that the <strong>caching</strong> function present in mod_proxy up to Apache
  +v1.3.x has been <strong>removed</strong> from mod_proxy and will be incorporated
   into a new module, mod_cache.
  -<P>
  +<p>
   
  -<H2>Directives</H2>
  -<UL>
  -<LI><A HREF="#allowconnect">AllowCONNECT</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#noproxy">NoProxy</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxyblock">ProxyBlock</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxydomain">ProxyDomain</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxyerroroverride">ProxyErrorOverride</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxymaxforwards">ProxyMaxForwards</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxypass">ProxyPass</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxypassreverse">ProxyPassReverse</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxypreservehost">ProxyPreserveHost</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxyreceivebuffersize">ProxyReceiveBufferSize</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxyremote">ProxyRemote</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxyrequests">ProxyRequests</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#proxyvia">ProxyVia</A>
  -
  -</UL>
  -
  -<H2><A NAME="configs">Common configuration topics</A></H2>
  -
  -<UL>
  -<LI><A HREF="#forwardreverse">Forward and Reverse Proxies</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#access">Controlling access to your proxy</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#shortname">Using Netscape hostname shortcuts</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#mimetypes">Why doesn't file type <EM>xxx</EM> download via FTP?</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="#startup">Why does Apache start more slowly when using the
  -        proxy module?</A>
  -<!--<LI><A HREF="#socks">Can I use the Apache proxy module with my SOCKS proxy?</A>-->
  -<LI><A HREF="#intranet">What other functions are useful for an intranet proxy server?</A>
  -</UL>
  +<h2>Directives</h2>
  +<ul>
  +<li><a href="#allowconnect">AllowCONNECT</a>
  +<li><a href="#noproxy">NoProxy</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxyblock">ProxyBlock</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxydomain">ProxyDomain</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxyerroroverride">ProxyErrorOverride</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxymaxforwards">ProxyMaxForwards</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxypass">ProxyPass</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxypassreverse">ProxyPassReverse</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxypreservehost">ProxyPreserveHost</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxyreceivebuffersize">ProxyReceiveBufferSize</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxyremote">ProxyRemote</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxyrequests">ProxyRequests</a>
  +<li><a href="#proxyvia">ProxyVia</a>
  +
  +</ul>
  +
  +<h2><a name="configs">Common configuration topics</a></h2>
  +
  +<ul>
  +<li><a href="#forwardreverse">Forward and Reverse Proxies</a>
  +<li><a href="#access">Controlling access to your proxy</a>
  +<li><a href="#shortname">Using Netscape hostname shortcuts</a>
  +<li><a href="#mimetypes">Why doesn't file type <em>xxx</em> download via FTP?</a>
  +<li><a href="#type">How can I force an FTP ASCII download of File <em>xxx</em>?</a></li>
  +<li><a href="#percent2fhack">How can I access FTP files outside of my home directory?</a></li>
  +<li><a href="#ftppass">How can I hide the FTP cleartext password in my browser's URL line?</a></li>
  +<li><a href="#startup">Why does Apache start more slowly when using the
  +        proxy module?</a>
  +<!--<li><a href="#socks">Can I use the Apache proxy module with my SOCKS proxy?</a>-->
  +<li><a href="#intranet">What other functions are useful for an intranet proxy server?</a>
  +</ul>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="forwardreverse">Forward and Reverse Proxies</A></H2>
  +<h2><a name="forwardreverse">Forward and Reverse Proxies</a></h2>
   
  -Apache can be configured in both a <EM>forward</EM> and <EM>reverse</EM>
  +Apache can be configured in both a <em>forward</em> and <em>reverse</em>
   proxy configuration.
   
  -<P>A <EM>forward proxy</EM> is an intermediate system that enables a browser to connect to a
  +<p>A <em>forward proxy</em> is an intermediate system that enables a browser to connect to a
   remote network to which it normally does not have access. A forward proxy
   can also be used to cache data, reducing load on the networks between the
   forward proxy and the remote webserver.
   
  -<P>Apache's mod_proxy can be figured to
  -behave like a forward proxy using the <A HREF="#proxyremote">ProxyRemote</A>
  +<p>Apache's mod_proxy can be figured to
  +behave like a forward proxy using the <a href="#proxyremote">ProxyRemote</a>
   directive. In addition, caching of data can be achieved by configuring
   Apache mod_cache. Other dedicated forward proxy packages include
  -<A HREF="http://www.squid.org">Squid</A>.
  +<a href="http://www.squid.org">Squid</a>.
   
  -<P>A <EM>reverse proxy</EM> is a webserver system that is capable of serving webpages
  +<p>A <em>reverse proxy</em> is a webserver system that is capable of serving webpages
   sourced from other webservers - in addition to webpages on disk or generated
   dynamically by CGI - making these pages look like they originated at the
   reverse proxy.
   
  -<P>When configured with the mod_cache module the reverse
  +<p>When configured with the mod_cache module the reverse
   proxy can act as a cache for slower backend webservers. The reverse proxy
   can also enable advanced URL strategies and management techniques, allowing
   webpages served using different webserver systems or architectures to
  @@ -131,207 +134,263 @@
   backends. Complex multi-tier webserver systems can be constructed using an
   Apache mod_proxy frontend and any number of backend webservers.
   
  -<P>The reverse proxy is configured using the
  -<A HREF="#proxypass">ProxyPass</A> and <A
  -HREF="#proxypassreverse">ProxyPassReverse</A> directives. Caching can be
  +<p>The reverse proxy is configured using the
  +<a href="#proxypass">ProxyPass</a> and <a
  +href="#proxypassreverse">ProxyPassReverse</a> directives. Caching can be
   enabled using mod_cache as with the forward proxy.
   
  -<H2><A NAME="access">Controlling access to your proxy</A></H2>
  +<h2><a name="access">Controlling access to your proxy</a></h2>
   
   You can control who can access your proxy via the normal &lt;Directory&gt;
  -control block using the following example:<P>
  +control block using the following example:<p>
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
   &lt;Directory proxy:*&gt;
   Order Deny,Allow
   Deny from [machines you'd like *not* to allow by IP address or name]
   Allow from [machines you'd like to allow by IP address or name]
   &lt;/Directory&gt;
  -</PRE><P>
  +</pre><p>
   
   A &lt;Files&gt; block will also work, and is the only method known to work
  -for all possible URLs in Apache versions earlier than 1.2b10.<P>
  +for all possible URLs in Apache versions earlier than 1.2b10.<p>
   
   When configuring a reverse proxy, access control takes on the attributes of
  -the normal server <Directory> configuration.
  +the normal server <directory> configuration.
   
  -<!--<H2><A NAME="shortname">Using Netscape hostname shortcuts</A></H2>
  +<!--<h2><a name="shortname">Using Netscape hostname shortcuts</a></h2>
   
   There is an optional patch to the proxy module to allow Netscape-like
   hostname shortcuts to be used. It's available from the
  -<A HREF="http://www.apache.org/dist/contrib/patches/1.2/netscapehost.patch"
  -><SAMP>contrib/patches/1.2</SAMP></A> directory on the Apache Web
  -site.<P>-->
  +<a href="http://www.apache.org/dist/contrib/patches/1.2/netscapehost.patch"
  +><samp>contrib/patches/1.2</samp></a> directory on the Apache Web
  +site.<p>-->
   
  -<H2><A NAME="mimetypes">Why doesn't file type <EM>xxx</EM> download via FTP?</A></H2>
  +<h2><a name="mimetypes">Why doesn't file type <em>xxx</em> download via FTP?</a></h2>
   
   You probably don't have that particular file type defined as
  -<EM>application/octet-stream</EM> in your proxy's mime.types configuration
  -file. A useful line can be<P>
  +<em>application/octet-stream</em> in your proxy's mime.types configuration
  +file. A useful line can be<p>
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
   application/octet-stream        bin dms lha lzh exe class tgz taz
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="type">How can I force an FTP ASCII download of File <EM>xxx</EM>?</A></H2>
  +<h2><a name="type">How can I force an FTP ASCII download of File <em>xxx</em>?</a></h2>
   
   In the rare situation where you must download a specific file using the FTP
  -<STRONG>ASCII</STRONG> transfer method (while the default transfer is in
  -<STRONG>binary</STRONG> mode), you can override mod_proxy's default by
  -suffixing the request with <SAMP>;type=a</SAMP> to force an ASCII transfer.<P>
  +<strong>ASCII</strong> transfer method (while the default transfer is in
  +<strong>binary</strong> mode), you can override mod_proxy's default by
  +suffixing the request with <samp>;type=a</samp> to force an ASCII transfer.
  +(FTP Directory listings are always executed in ASCII mode, however.)</p>
  +
  +<h2><a name="percent2fhack">How can I access FTP files outside of my home directory?</a></h2>
  +
  +<p>
  +An FTP URI is interpreted relative to the home directory of
  +the user who is logging in. Alas, to reach higher directory
  +levels you cannot use  /../, as the dots are interpreted by the
  +browser and not actually sent to the FTP server. To address
  +this problem, the so called "Squid %2f hack" was implemented in
  +the Apache FTP proxy; it is is a solution which is also used by
  +other popular proxy servers like the
  +<a href="http://www.squid-cache.org/">Squid Proxy Cache</a>.
  +By prepending /%2f to the path of your request, you can make
  +such a proxy change the FTP starting directory to / (instead
  +of the home directory). <br />
  +<b>Example:</b> To retrieve the file <code>/etc/motd</code>,
  +you would use the URL <blockquote>
  +<code>ftp://<em>user@host</em>/%2f/etc/motd</code></blockquote>
  +</p>
  +
  +<h2><a id="ftppass" name="ftppass">How can I hide the FTP cleartext password in my browser's URL line?</a></h2>
  +
  +<p>
  +To log in to an FTP server by username and password, Apache
  +uses different strategies.
  +In absense of a user name and password in the URL altogether,
  +Apache sends an anomymous login to the FTP server, i.e.,
  +<blockquote><code>
  +user: anonymous<br />
  +password: apache_proxy@
  +</code></blockquote>
  +This works for all popular FTP servers which are configured for
  +anonymous access.<br>
  +For a personal login with a specific username, you can embed
  +the user name into the URL, like in:
  +<code>ftp://<em>username@host</em>/myfile</code>. If the FTP server
  +asks for a password when given this username (which it should),
  +then Apache will reply with a [401 Authorization required] response,
  +which causes the Browser to pop up the username/password dialog.
  +Upon entering the password, the connection attempt is retried,
  +and if successful, the requested resource is presented.
  +The advantage of this procedure is that your browser does not
  +display the password in cleartext (which it would if you had used
  +<code>ftp://<em>username:password@host</em>/myfile</code> in
  +the first place).
  +<br />
  +<b>Note</b> that the password which is transmitted in such a way
  +is not encrypted on its way. It travels between your browser and
  +the Apache proxy server in a base64-encoded cleartext string, and
  +between the Apache proxy and the FTP server as plaintext. You should
  +therefore think twice before accessing your FTP server via HTTP
  +(or before accessing your personal files via FTP at all!) When
  +using unsecure channels, an eavesdropper might intercept your
  +password on its way.
  +</p>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="startup">Why does Apache start more slowly when using the
  -        proxy module?</A></H2>
  +<h2><a name="startup">Why does Apache start more slowly when using the
  +        proxy module?</a></h2>
   
  -If you're using the <CODE>ProxyBlock</CODE>
  +If you're using the <code>ProxyBlock</code>
   directive, hostnames' IP addresses are looked up and cached during
   startup for later match test. This may take a few seconds (or more)
  -depending on the speed with which the hostname lookups occur.<P>
  +depending on the speed with which the hostname lookups occur.<p>
   
  -<!--<H2><A NAME="socks">Can I use the Apache proxy module with my SOCKS proxy?</A></H2>
  +<!--<h2><a name="socks">Can I use the Apache proxy module with my SOCKS proxy?</a></h2>
   
  -Yes. Just build Apache with the rule <CODE>SOCKS4=yes</CODE> in your
  -<EM>Configuration</EM> file, and follow the instructions there. SOCKS5
  -capability can be added in a similar way (there's no <CODE>SOCKS5</CODE>
  -rule yet), so use the <CODE>EXTRA_LDFLAGS</CODE> definition, or build Apache
  -normally and run it with the <EM>runsocks</EM> wrapper provided with SOCKS5,
  -if your OS supports dynamically linked libraries.<P>
  +Yes. Just build Apache with the rule <code>SOCKS4=yes</code> in your
  +<em>Configuration</em> file, and follow the instructions there. SOCKS5
  +capability can be added in a similar way (there's no <code>SOCKS5</code>
  +rule yet), so use the <code>EXTRA_LDFLAGS</code> definition, or build Apache
  +normally and run it with the <em>runsocks</em> wrapper provided with SOCKS5,
  +if your OS supports dynamically linked libraries.<p>
   
   Some users have reported problems when using SOCKS version 4.2 on Solaris.
  -The problem was solved by upgrading to SOCKS 4.3.<P>
  +The problem was solved by upgrading to SOCKS 4.3.<p>
   
   Remember that you'll also have to grant access to your Apache proxy machine by
   permitting connections on the appropriate ports in your SOCKS daemon's
  -configuration.<P>
  +configuration.<p>
   -->
  -<H2><A NAME="intranet">What other functions are useful for an intranet proxy server?</A></H2>
  +<h2><a name="intranet">What other functions are useful for an intranet proxy server?</a></h2>
   
  -<P>An Apache proxy server situated in an intranet needs to forward external
  +<p>An Apache proxy server situated in an intranet needs to forward external
   requests through the company's firewall. However, when it has to access
   resources within the intranet, it can bypass the firewall when accessing
  -hosts. The <A HREF="#noproxy">NoProxy</A> directive is useful for specifying
  -which hosts belong to the intranet and should be accessed directly.</P>
  +hosts. The <a href="#noproxy">NoProxy</a> directive is useful for specifying
  +which hosts belong to the intranet and should be accessed directly.</p>
   
  -<P>Users within an intranet tend to omit the local domain name from their
  +<p>Users within an intranet tend to omit the local domain name from their
   WWW requests, thus requesting "http://somehost/" instead of
   "http://somehost.my.dom.ain/". Some commercial proxy servers let them get
   away with this and simply serve the request, implying a configured
  -local domain. When the <A HREF="#proxydomain">ProxyDomain</A> directive
  -is used and the server is <A HREF="#proxyrequests">configured for
  -proxy service</A>, Apache can return a redirect response and send the client
  +local domain. When the <a href="#proxydomain">ProxyDomain</a> directive
  +is used and the server is <a href="#proxyrequests">configured for
  +proxy service</a>, Apache can return a redirect response and send the client
   to the correct, fully qualified, server address. This is the preferred method
  -since the user's bookmark files will then contain fully qualified hosts.</P>
  +since the user's bookmark files will then contain fully qualified hosts.</p>
   
  -<HR>
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyrequests">ProxyPreserveHost</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  - ><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyPreserveHost on|off<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <CODE>ProxyPreserveHost Off</CODE><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<hr>
  +<h2><a name="proxyrequests">ProxyPreserveHost</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  + ><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyPreserveHost on|off<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <code>ProxyPreserveHost Off</code><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyPreserveHost is only available in
  -Apache 2.0.31 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyPreserveHost is only available in
  +Apache 2.0.31 and later.<p>
   
   When enabled, this option will pass the Host: line from the incoming request to
   the proxied host, instead of the hostname specified in the proxypass line.
  -</P>
  -<P>This option should normally be turned 'off'.</P>
  +</p>
  +<p>This option should normally be turned 'off'.</p>
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyrequests">ProxyRequests</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyRequests on|off<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <CODE>ProxyRequests Off</CODE><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  +<h2><a name="proxyrequests">ProxyRequests</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyRequests on|off<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <code>ProxyRequests Off</code><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyRequests is only available in
  -Apache 1.1 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyRequests is only available in
  +Apache 1.1 and later.<p>
   
   This allows or prevents Apache from functioning as a forward proxy
  -server. (Setting ProxyRequests to 'off' does not disable use of the <A
  -HREF="#proxypass">ProxyPass</A> directive.)
  +server. (Setting ProxyRequests to 'off' does not disable use of the <a
  +href="#proxypass">ProxyPass</a> directive.)
   
  -<P>In a typical reverse proxy configuration, this option should be set to
  +<p>In a typical reverse proxy configuration, this option should be set to
   'off'.
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyremote">ProxyRemote</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyRemote <EM>match remote-server</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="proxyremote">ProxyRemote</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyRemote <em>match remote-server</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyRemote is only available in
  -Apache 1.1 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyRemote is only available in
  +Apache 1.1 and later.<p>
   
   This defines remote proxies to this proxy. <em>match</em> is either the
   name of a URL-scheme that the remote server supports, or a partial URL
  @@ -339,622 +398,622 @@
   server should be contacted for all requests. <em>remote-server</em> is a
   partial URL for the remote server. Syntax:
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     remote-server = protocol://hostname[:port]
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
   <em>protocol</em> is the protocol that should be used to communicate
   with the remote server; only "http" is supported by this module.
  -<P>
  +<p>
   Example:
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     ProxyRemote http://goodguys.com/ http://mirrorguys.com:8000
     ProxyRemote * http://cleversite.com
     ProxyRemote ftp http://ftpproxy.mydomain.com:8080
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
   In the last example, the proxy will forward FTP requests, encapsulated
   as yet another HTTP proxy request, to another proxy which can handle
   them.
   
  -<P>This option also supports reverse proxy configuration - a backend webserver
  +<p>This option also supports reverse proxy configuration - a backend webserver
   can be embedded within a virtualhost URL space even if that server is hidden
   by another forward proxy.
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxypass">ProxyPass</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyPass <EM>path url</EM><BR> 
  -or: ProxyPass <EM>url</EM> when placed in a &lt;location&gt; directive <em>(Apache 2.0 only)</EM><br>
  -or: ProxyPass <EM>path !</EM> to exclude a path from being proxied.
  -<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="proxypass">ProxyPass</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyPass <em>path url</em><br> 
  +or: ProxyPass <em>url</em> when placed in a &lt;location&gt; directive <em>(Apache 2.0 only)</em><br>
  +or: ProxyPass <em>path !</em> to exclude a path from being proxied.
  +<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyPass is only available in
  -Apache 1.1 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyPass is only available in
  +Apache 1.1 and later.<p>
   
   This directive allows remote servers to be mapped into the space of the local
   server; the local server does not act as a proxy in the conventional sense,
   but appears to be a mirror of the remote server. <em>path</em> is the name of
   a local virtual path; <em>url</em> is a partial URL for the remote server.
  -<P>
  -Suppose the local server has address <SAMP>http://wibble.org/</SAMP>; then
  -<PRE>
  +<p>
  +Suppose the local server has address <samp>http://wibble.org/</samp>; then
  +<pre>
      ProxyPass /mirror/foo/ http://foo.com/
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   will cause a local request for the
  -&lt;<SAMP>http://wibble.org/mirror/foo/bar</SAMP>&gt; to be
  +&lt;<samp>http://wibble.org/mirror/foo/bar</samp>&gt; to be
   internally converted into a proxy request to
  -&lt;<SAMP>http://foo.com/bar</SAMP>&gt;.
  -<P>
  -The ! directive is usefull in situations where you don't want to reverse-proxy
  +&lt;<samp>http://foo.com/bar</samp>&gt;.
  +<p>
  +The ! directive is useful in situations where you don't want to reverse-proxy
   a subdirectory. eg.
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
           ProxyPass /mirror/foo/i !
           ProxyPass /mirror/foo http://foo.com
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   will proxy all requests to /mirror/foo to foo.com EXCEPT requests made to /mirror/foo/i
   <b>NB: order is important. you need to put the exclusions BEFORE the general proxypass directive</b>
  -</P>
  -<HR>
  +</p>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxypassreverse">ProxyPassReverse</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyPassReverse <EM>path url</EM><BR>
  -or: ProxyPassReverse <EM>url</EM> when placed in a &lt;location&gt; directive <em>(Apache 2.0 only)</em><br>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="proxypassreverse">ProxyPassReverse</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyPassReverse <em>path url</em><br>
  +or: ProxyPassReverse <em>url</em> when placed in a &lt;location&gt; directive <em>(Apache 2.0 only)</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyPassReverse is only available in
  -Apache 1.3b6 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyPassReverse is only available in
  +Apache 1.3b6 and later.<p>
   
  -This directive lets Apache adjust the URL in the <TT>Location</TT>,
  -<TT>Content-Location</TT> and <TT>URI</TT> headers on
  +This directive lets Apache adjust the URL in the <tt>Location</tt>,
  +<tt>Content-Location</tt> and <tt>URI</tt> headers on
   HTTP redirect responses. This is essential when Apache is used as
   a reverse proxy to avoid by-passing the reverse proxy because of HTTP
   redirects on the backend servers which stay behind the reverse proxy.
  -<P>
  -<em>path</em> is the name of a local virtual path.<BR>
  +<p>
  +<em>path</em> is the name of a local virtual path.<br>
   <em>url</em> is a partial URL for the remote server - the same way they are
  -used for the <TT>ProxyPass</TT> directive.
  -<P>
  -Example:<BR>
  -Suppose the local server has address <SAMP>http://wibble.org/</SAMP>; then
  -<PRE>
  +used for the <tt>ProxyPass</tt> directive.
  +<p>
  +Example:<br>
  +Suppose the local server has address <samp>http://wibble.org/</samp>; then
  +<pre>
      ProxyPass         /mirror/foo/ http://foo.com/
      ProxyPassReverse  /mirror/foo/ http://foo.com/
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   will not only cause a local request for the
  -&lt;<SAMP>http://wibble.org/mirror/foo/bar</SAMP>&gt; to be internally
  -converted into a proxy request to &lt;<SAMP>http://foo.com/bar</SAMP>&gt; (the
  -functionality <SAMP>ProxyPass</SAMP> provides here). It also takes care of
  -redirects the server foo.com sends: when <SAMP>http://foo.com/bar</SAMP> is
  -redirected by him to <SAMP>http://foo.com/quux</SAMP> Apache adjusts this to
  -<SAMP>http://wibble.org/mirror/foo/quux</SAMP> before forwarding the HTTP
  +&lt;<samp>http://wibble.org/mirror/foo/bar</samp>&gt; to be internally
  +converted into a proxy request to &lt;<samp>http://foo.com/bar</samp>&gt; (the
  +functionality <samp>ProxyPass</samp> provides here). It also takes care of
  +redirects the server foo.com sends: when <samp>http://foo.com/bar</samp> is
  +redirected by him to <samp>http://foo.com/quux</samp> Apache adjusts this to
  +<samp>http://wibble.org/mirror/foo/quux</samp> before forwarding the HTTP
   redirect response to the client. 
  -<P>
  -Note that this <SAMP>ProxyPassReverse</SAMP> directive can also be used in
  -conjunction with the proxy pass-through feature ("<SAMP>RewriteRule ...
  -[P]</SAMP>") from
  -<A
  - HREF="mod_rewrite.html#RewriteRule"
  -><TT>mod_rewrite</TT></A> because its doesn't depend on a corresponding
  -<SAMP>ProxyPass</SAMP> directive.
  -
  -<HR>
  -
  -<H2><A NAME="allowconnect">AllowCONNECT</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> AllowCONNECT <EM>port</EM> 
  -    [<em>port</em>] ...<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM><SAMP>AllowCONNECT</SAMP> 443 563</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> <SAMP>AllowCONNECT</SAMP> is only
  -available in Apache 1.3.2 and later.<P>
  -
  -The <SAMP>AllowCONNECT</SAMP> directive specifies a list of port numbers
  -to which the proxy <SAMP>CONNECT</SAMP> method may connect.
  -Today's browsers use this method when a <EM>https</EM> connection
  -is requested and proxy tunneling over <EM>http</EM> is in effect.<BR>
  +<p>
  +Note that this <samp>ProxyPassReverse</samp> directive can also be used in
  +conjunction with the proxy pass-through feature ("<samp>RewriteRule ...
  +[P]</samp>") from
  +<a
  + href="mod_rewrite.html#RewriteRule"
  +><tt>mod_rewrite</tt></a> because its doesn't depend on a corresponding
  +<samp>ProxyPass</samp> directive.
  +
  +<hr>
  +
  +<h2><a name="allowconnect">AllowCONNECT</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> AllowCONNECT <em>port</em> 
  +    [<em>port</em>] ...<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em><samp>AllowCONNECT</samp> 443 563</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> <samp>AllowCONNECT</samp> is only
  +available in Apache 1.3.2 and later.<p>
  +
  +The <samp>AllowCONNECT</samp> directive specifies a list of port numbers
  +to which the proxy <samp>CONNECT</samp> method may connect.
  +Today's browsers use this method when a <em>https</em> connection
  +is requested and proxy tunneling over <em>http</em> is in effect.<br>
   By default, only the default https port (443) and the default
  -snews port (563) are enabled. Use the <SAMP>AllowCONNECT</SAMP>
  +snews port (563) are enabled. Use the <samp>AllowCONNECT</samp>
   directive to overrride this default and allow connections to the
   listed ports only.
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyblock">ProxyBlock</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyBlock *|<EM>word|host|domain</EM>
  -    [<em>word|host|domain</em>] ...<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="proxyblock">ProxyBlock</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyBlock *|<em>word|host|domain</em>
  +    [<em>word|host|domain</em>] ...<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyBlock is only available in
  -Apache 1.2 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyBlock is only available in
  +Apache 1.2 and later.<p>
   
   The ProxyBlock directive specifies a list of words, hosts and/or domains,
   separated by spaces.  HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP document requests to sites whose
  -names contain matched words, hosts or domains are <EM>blocked</EM> by the
  +names contain matched words, hosts or domains are <em>blocked</em> by the
   proxy server. The proxy module will also attempt to determine IP addresses of
   list items which may be hostnames during startup, and cache them for match
   test as well. Example:
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     ProxyBlock joes-garage.com some-host.co.uk rocky.wotsamattau.edu
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
  -'rocky.wotsamattau.edu' would also be matched if referenced by IP address.<P>
  +'rocky.wotsamattau.edu' would also be matched if referenced by IP address.<p>
   
  -Note that 'wotsamattau' would also be sufficient to match 'wotsamattau.edu'.<P>
  +Note that 'wotsamattau' would also be sufficient to match 'wotsamattau.edu'.<p>
   
   Note also that
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
   ProxyBlock *
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
   blocks connections to all sites.
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyreceivebuffersize">ProxyReceiveBufferSize</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyReceiveBufferSize <EM>bytes</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="proxyreceivebuffersize">ProxyReceiveBufferSize</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyReceiveBufferSize <em>bytes</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyReceiveBufferSize is only available in
  -Apache 1.3 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyReceiveBufferSize is only available in
  +Apache 1.3 and later.<p>
   
   The ProxyReceiveBufferSize directive specifies an explicit network buffer size
   for outgoing HTTP and FTP connections, for increased throughput.  It has to be
   greater than 512 or set to 0 to indicate that the system's default buffer size
   should be used. 
   
  -<P>
  +<p>
   Example:
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     ProxyReceiveBufferSize 2048
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxymaxforwards">ProxyMaxForwards</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyMaxForwards <EM>bytes</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>10</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  +<h2><a name="proxymaxforwards">ProxyMaxForwards</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyMaxForwards <em>bytes</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>10</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyMaxForwards is only available in
  -Apache 2.0 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyMaxForwards is only available in
  +Apache 2.0 and later.<p>
   
   The ProxyMaxForwards directive specifies the maximum number of proxies
   through which a request may pass. This is set to prevent infinite proxy
   loops, or a DoS attack.
   
  -<P>
  +<p>
   Example:
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     ProxyMaxForwards 10
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="noproxy">NoProxy</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> NoProxy 
  - <A HREF="#domain"><EM>Domain</EM></A>|<A 
  -    HREF="#subnet"><EM>SubNet</EM></A>|<A
  -    HREF="#ipaddr"><EM>IpAddr</EM></A>|<A 
  -    HREF="#hostname"><EM>Hostname</EM></A>
  -[<A HREF="#domain"><EM>Domain</EM></A>|<A 
  -    HREF="#subnet"><EM>SubNet</EM></A>|<A
  -    HREF="#ipaddr"><EM>IpAddr</EM></A>|<A 
  -    HREF="#hostname"><EM>Hostname</EM></A>] ...<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="noproxy">NoProxy</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> NoProxy 
  + <a href="#domain"><em>Domain</em></a>|<a 
  +    href="#subnet"><em>SubNet</em></a>|<a
  +    href="#ipaddr"><em>IpAddr</em></a>|<a 
  +    href="#hostname"><em>Hostname</em></a>
  +[<a href="#domain"><em>Domain</em></a>|<a 
  +    href="#subnet"><em>SubNet</em></a>|<a
  +    href="#ipaddr"><em>IpAddr</em></a>|<a 
  +    href="#hostname"><em>Hostname</em></a>] ...<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> NoProxy is only available in
  -Apache 1.3 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> NoProxy is only available in
  +Apache 1.3 and later.<p>
   
   This directive is only useful for Apache proxy servers within intranets.
   The NoProxy directive specifies a list of subnets, IP addresses, hosts
   and/or domains, separated by spaces. A request to a host which matches
   one or more of these is always served directly, without forwarding to
   the configured ProxyRemote proxy server(s).
  -<P>
  +<p>
   Example:
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     ProxyRemote  *  http://firewall.mycompany.com:81
     NoProxy         .mycompany.com 192.168.112.0/21 
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   The arguments to the NoProxy directive are one of the following type list:
  -   <DL>
  +   <dl>
       <!-- ===================== Domain ======================= -->
  -    <A NAME="domain">
  -    <DT><EM>Domain</EM></A>
  -    <DD>A <EM>Domain</EM> is a partially qualified DNS domain name, preceded
  +    <a name="domain">
  +    <dt><em>Domain</em></a>
  +    <dd>A <em>Domain</em> is a partially qualified DNS domain name, preceded
           by a period.
           It represents a list of hosts which logically belong to the same DNS
  -        domain or zone (<EM>i.e.</EM>, the suffixes of the hostnames are all ending in 
  -        <EM>Domain</EM>).<BR>
  -		Examples: <SAMP>.com</SAMP>   <SAMP>.apache.org.</SAMP><BR>
  -        To distinguish <EM>Domain</EM>s from <A HREF="#hostname"><EM>Hostname</EM></A>s (both
  +        domain or zone (<em>i.e.</em>, the suffixes of the hostnames are all ending in 
  +        <em>Domain</em>).<br>
  +		Examples: <samp>.com</samp>   <samp>.apache.org.</samp><br>
  +        To distinguish <em>Domain</em>s from <a href="#hostname"><em>Hostname</em></a>s (both
           syntactically and semantically; a DNS domain can have a DNS A record,
  -        too!), <EM>Domain</EM>s are always written
  -        with a leading period.<BR>
  +        too!), <em>Domain</em>s are always written
  +        with a leading period.<br>
           Note: Domain name comparisons are done without regard to the case,
  -        and <EM>Domain</EM>s are always assumed to be anchored in the root 
  -        of the DNS tree, therefore two domains <SAMP>.MyDomain.com</SAMP> and
  -        <SAMP>.mydomain.com.</SAMP> (note the trailing period) are
  +        and <em>Domain</em>s are always assumed to be anchored in the root 
  +        of the DNS tree, therefore two domains <samp>.MyDomain.com</samp> and
  +        <samp>.mydomain.com.</samp> (note the trailing period) are
           considered equal. Since a domain comparison does not involve a DNS
   	lookup, it is much more efficient than subnet comparison.
   
       <!-- ===================== SubNet ======================= -->
  -    <A NAME="subnet">
  -    <DT><EM>SubNet</EM></A>
  -    <DD>A <EM>SubNet</EM> is a partially qualified internet address in
  +    <a name="subnet">
  +    <dt><em>SubNet</em></a>
  +    <dd>A <em>SubNet</em> is a partially qualified internet address in
           numeric (dotted quad) form, optionally followed by a slash and the
           netmask, specified as the number of significant bits in the
  -        <EM>SubNet</EM>. It is used to represent a subnet of hosts which can
  +        <em>SubNet</em>. It is used to represent a subnet of hosts which can
           be reached over a common network interface. In the absence of the
           explicit net mask it is assumed that omitted (or zero valued)
           trailing digits specify the mask. (In this case, the netmask can
  -        only be multiples of 8 bits wide.)<BR>
  +        only be multiples of 8 bits wide.)<br>
           Examples:
  -        <DL>
  -         <DT><SAMP>192.168</SAMP> or <SAMP>192.168.0.0</SAMP>
  -         <DD>the subnet 192.168.0.0 with an implied netmask of 16 valid bits
  -             (sometimes used in the netmask form <SAMP>255.255.0.0</SAMP>)
  -         <DT><SAMP>192.168.112.0/21</SAMP>
  -         <DD>the subnet <SAMP>192.168.112.0/21</SAMP> with a netmask of 21
  +        <dl>
  +         <dt><samp>192.168</samp> or <samp>192.168.0.0</samp>
  +         <dd>the subnet 192.168.0.0 with an implied netmask of 16 valid bits
  +             (sometimes used in the netmask form <samp>255.255.0.0</samp>)
  +         <dt><samp>192.168.112.0/21</samp>
  +         <dd>the subnet <samp>192.168.112.0/21</samp> with a netmask of 21
                valid bits (also used in the form 255.255.248.0)
  -        </DL>
  -		As a degenerate case, a <EM>SubNet</EM> with 32 valid bits is the
  -        equivalent to an <EM>IPAddr</EM>, while a <EM>SubNet</EM> with zero
  -        valid bits (<EM>e.g.</EM>, 0.0.0.0/0) is the same as the constant
  -        <EM>_Default_</EM>, matching any IP address. 
  +        </dl>
  +		As a degenerate case, a <em>SubNet</em> with 32 valid bits is the
  +        equivalent to an <em>IPAddr</em>, while a <em>SubNet</em> with zero
  +        valid bits (<em>e.g.</em>, 0.0.0.0/0) is the same as the constant
  +        <em>_Default_</em>, matching any IP address. 
   
       <!-- ===================== IPAddr ======================= -->
  -    <A NAME="ipaddr">
  -    <DT><EM>IPAddr</EM></A>
  -    <DD>A <EM>IPAddr</EM> represents a fully qualified internet address in
  +    <a name="ipaddr">
  +    <dt><em>IPAddr</em></a>
  +    <dd>A <em>IPAddr</em> represents a fully qualified internet address in
           numeric (dotted quad) form. Usually, this address represents a
           host, but there need not necessarily be a DNS domain name
  -        connected with the address.<BR>
  -		Example: 192.168.123.7<BR>
  -        Note: An <EM>IPAddr</EM> does not need to be resolved by the DNS
  +        connected with the address.<br>
  +		Example: 192.168.123.7<br>
  +        Note: An <em>IPAddr</em> does not need to be resolved by the DNS
   	system, so it can result in more effective apache performance.
  -        <P><STRONG>See Also:</STRONG>
  -	<A HREF="../dns-caveats.html">DNS Issues</A></P>
  +        <p><strong>See Also:</strong>
  +	<a href="../dns-caveats.html">DNS Issues</a></p>
   
       <!-- ===================== Hostname ======================= -->
  -    <A NAME="hostname">
  -    <DT><EM>Hostname</EM></A>
  -    <DD>A <EM>Hostname</EM> is a fully qualified DNS domain name which can
  -        be resolved to one or more <A
  -	HREF="#ipaddr"><EM>IPAddrs</EM></A> via the DNS domain name service. 
  +    <a name="hostname">
  +    <dt><em>Hostname</em></a>
  +    <dd>A <em>Hostname</em> is a fully qualified DNS domain name which can
  +        be resolved to one or more <a
  +	href="#ipaddr"><em>IPAddrs</em></a> via the DNS domain name service. 
           It represents a logical host (in contrast to
  -	<A HREF="#domain"><EM>Domain</EM></A>s, see 
  -        above) and must be resolvable to at least one <A
  -	HREF="#ipaddr"><EM>IPAddr</EM></A> (or often to a list of hosts
  -	with different <A HREF="#ipaddr"><EM>IPAddr</EM></A>'s).<BR> 
  -		Examples: <SAMP>prep.ai.mit.edu</SAMP>
  -                  <SAMP>www.apache.org.</SAMP><BR>
  +	<a href="#domain"><em>Domain</em></a>s, see 
  +        above) and must be resolvable to at least one <a
  +	href="#ipaddr"><em>IPAddr</em></a> (or often to a list of hosts
  +	with different <a href="#ipaddr"><em>IPAddr</em></a>'s).<br> 
  +		Examples: <samp>prep.ai.mit.edu</samp>
  +                  <samp>www.apache.org.</samp><br>
           Note: In many situations, it is more effective to specify an
  -        <A HREF="#ipaddr"><EM>IPAddr</EM></A> in place of a
  -	<EM>Hostname</EM> since a DNS lookup 
  +        <a href="#ipaddr"><em>IPAddr</em></a> in place of a
  +	<em>Hostname</em> since a DNS lookup 
           can be avoided. Name resolution in Apache can take a remarkable deal
           of time when the connection to the name server uses a slow PPP
  -        link.<BR>
  -        Note: <EM>Hostname</EM> comparisons are done without regard to the case,
  -        and <EM>Hostname</EM>s are always assumed to be anchored in the root
  -        of the DNS tree, therefore two hosts <SAMP>WWW.MyDomain.com</SAMP>
  -        and <SAMP>www.mydomain.com.</SAMP> (note the trailing period) are
  -        considered equal.<BR>
  -<P><STRONG>See Also:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="../dns-caveats.html">DNS Issues</A></P>
  -   </DL>
  -
  -<HR>
  -
  -<H2><A NAME="proxydomain">ProxyDomain</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyDomain <EM>Domain</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>None</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +        link.<br>
  +        Note: <em>Hostname</em> comparisons are done without regard to the case,
  +        and <em>Hostname</em>s are always assumed to be anchored in the root
  +        of the DNS tree, therefore two hosts <samp>WWW.MyDomain.com</samp>
  +        and <samp>www.mydomain.com.</samp> (note the trailing period) are
  +        considered equal.<br>
  +<p><strong>See Also:</strong>
  +<a href="../dns-caveats.html">DNS Issues</a></p>
  +   </dl>
  +
  +<hr>
  +
  +<h2><a name="proxydomain">ProxyDomain</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyDomain <em>Domain</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>None</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyDomain is only available in
  -Apache 1.3 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyDomain is only available in
  +Apache 1.3 and later.<p>
   
   This directive is only useful for Apache proxy servers within intranets.
   The ProxyDomain directive specifies the default domain which the apache
   proxy server will belong to. If a request to a host without a domain name
   is encountered, a redirection response to the same host
  -with the configured <EM>Domain</EM> appended will be generated. 
  -<P>
  +with the configured <em>Domain</em> appended will be generated. 
  +<p>
   Example:
   
  -<PRE>
  +<pre>
     ProxyRemote  *  http://firewall.mycompany.com:81
     NoProxy         .mycompany.com 192.168.112.0/21 
     ProxyDomain     .mycompany.com
  -</PRE>
  +</pre>
   
  -<HR>
  +<hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyvia">ProxyVia</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyVia on|off|full|block<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>ProxyVia off</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  +<h2><a name="proxyvia">ProxyVia</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyVia on|off|full|block<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>ProxyVia off</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyVia is only available in
  -Apache 1.3.2 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyVia is only available in
  +Apache 1.3.2 and later.<p>
   
  -This directive controls the use of the <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> HTTP header
  +This directive controls the use of the <samp>Via:</samp> HTTP header
   by the proxy. Its intended use is to control the flow of of proxy
   requests along a chain of proxy servers.
  -See RFC2068 (HTTP/1.1) for an explanation of <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> header lines.<UL>
  -<LI>If set to <EM>off</EM>, which is the default, no special
  -processing is performed. If a request or reply contains a <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> header,
  +See RFC2068 (HTTP/1.1) for an explanation of <samp>Via:</samp> header lines.<ul>
  +<li>If set to <em>off</em>, which is the default, no special
  +processing is performed. If a request or reply contains a <samp>Via:</samp> header,
   it is passed through unchanged.
  -<LI>If set to <EM>on</EM>, each request and reply will get a <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> header
  +<li>If set to <em>on</em>, each request and reply will get a <samp>Via:</samp> header
   line added for the current host.
  -<LI>If set to <EM>full</EM>, each generated <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> header line will
  -additionally have the Apache server version shown as a <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> comment field.
  -<LI>If set to <EM>block</EM>, every proxy request will have all its
  -<SAMP>Via:</SAMP> header lines removed. No new <SAMP>Via:</SAMP> header will be generated.
  -</UL>
  +<li>If set to <em>full</em>, each generated <samp>Via:</samp> header line will
  +additionally have the Apache server version shown as a <samp>Via:</samp> comment field.
  +<li>If set to <em>block</em>, every proxy request will have all its
  +<samp>Via:</samp> header lines removed. No new <samp>Via:</samp> header will be generated.
  +</ul>
   
   <hr>
   
  -<H2><A NAME="proxyerroroverride">ProxyErrorOverride</A> directive</H2>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Syntax:</STRONG></A> ProxyErrorOverride<EM>on</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Default"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Default:</STRONG></A> <EM>off</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Context"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Context:</STRONG></A> server config, virtual host<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Override"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Override:</STRONG></A> <EM>Not applicable</EM><BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Status"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Status:</STRONG></A> Base<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Module"
  - REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_proxy<BR>
  -<A
  - HREF="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
  +<h2><a name="proxyerroroverride">ProxyErrorOverride</a> directive</h2>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Syntax"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Syntax:</strong></a> ProxyErrorOverride<em>on</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Default"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Default:</strong></a> <em>off</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Context"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Context:</strong></a> server config, virtual host<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Override"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Override:</strong></a> <em>Not applicable</em><br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Status"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Status:</strong></a> Base<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Module"
  + REL="Help"
  +><strong>Module:</strong></a> mod_proxy<br>
  +<a
  + href="directive-dict.html#Compatibility"
    REL="Help"
  -><STRONG>Compatibility:</STRONG></A> ProxyErrorOverride
  -Apache 2.0 and later.<P>
  +><strong>Compatibility:</strong></a> ProxyErrorOverride
  +Apache 2.0 and later.<p>
   
  -This directive is usefull for reverse-proxy setups, where you wan't to 
  +This directive is useful for reverse-proxy setups, where you want to 
   have a common look and feel on the error pages seen by the end user. 
   This also allows for included files (via mod_include's SSI) to get
  -the error code and act accordingly. (default behavior would display
  +the error code and act accordingly (default behavior would display
   the error page of the proxied server, turning this on shows the SSI
  -Error message )
  +Error message).
   
  -<P>
  +<p>
   
   <!--#include virtual="footer.html" -->
  -</BODY>
  -</HTML>
  +</body>
  +</html>
   
  
  
  

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