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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Apache use with Win95/NT like WinGate (fwd)
Date Tue, 04 Nov 1997 19:19:00 GMT
"Apache doesn't have anywhere for me to put in my login and password for
my ISP".

I'm sure we will start getting even more hilarious PRs.  Sigh.

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>From: "Scott Tetrick" <>
>Subject: Re: Apache use with Win95/NT like WinGate
>Date: Mon, 3 Nov 1997 13:39:59 -0800
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In particular, what I would like to do is to have the proxy server dial up
the ISP, if necessary, when accessed remotely.  Right now, the 1.3b2 version
of apache for NT doesn't have the proxy stuff compiled in, and even if it
were, I don't see the directives to allow dialing out to an ISP, with
passwords etc.

>For all the smart Apache folks out other, is it possible to get apache to
>what WinGate reports to do, namely, act as a single internet access point
>for a network of machines?  If so, what needs to be done?

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