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From di...@covalent.net
Subject Re: [PATCH] HTTP proxy, ab, and Host: as a hop-by-hop header?
Date Fri, 29 Mar 2002 19:28:48 GMT

> The problem I'm encountering is that ab(1) generates Host: header
> pointing to proxy server instead of real destination host.
> Due to this behavior, proxy server (not mod_proxy, BTW) is failing
> to send a valid HTTP request to destintion webserver using name-based
> virtualhost, as it simply passes Host: header with its (proxy
> server's) hostname in it.

I am fixing this... but the puzzle I have is that -always- adding
a ':80' in the Host: is kind of causing an extra 3 bytes on the wire for
each request - which makes it harder to compare the results a runs
against each other.

Let me puzzle a bit.

Dw


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