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From Estrade Matthieu <estrad...@ifrance.com>
Subject Re: r->server->port problem
Date Tue, 26 Nov 2002 18:59:22 GMT
yes, it's a reason, and i understand well now why it's like that :)

thanks

Matthieu

William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

>Hmmm... I'm thinking that in between UseCanonicalName On [look up our
>name and use that] v.s. UseCanonicalName Off [trust the client] ...
>we might want UseCanonicalName Port which would not do the DNS
>lookups [trust the client for that] but would trust our idea of the port.
>
>Respectable idea?
>
>Bill
>
>At 06:38 AM 11/26/2002, Estrade Matthieu wrote:
>  
>
>>heh ok, i was using the wrong stuff, i didn't know about this struct server_addrs_rec.
>>
>>what r->server->port is used for ?
>>i just would like to know what is the difference btw usecanonicalName On and Off for
the r->server->port
>>why default port is sent instead of real port (socket port), i think there is a reason
:)
>>
>>Jeff Trawick wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>Estrade Matthieu <mailto:estrade-m@ifrance.com><estrade-m@ifrance.com>
writes:
>>>
>>> 
>>>      
>>>
>>>>My module need to know the r->server->port, i mean the port  of
>>>>virtual host used by the client.
>>>>   
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>isn't that in r->server->addrs->host_port?
>>>
>>> 
>>>      
>>>
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