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From Bill Jones <sn...@mac.com>
Subject Re: proxying page data
Date Wed, 06 Mar 2002 13:55:27 GMT
On 3/6/02 8:54 AM, "Markley, Aaron" <AMarkley@medcentral.org> wrote:

> Hmm...  No remarks on my previous question (proxy problem)...  I guess
> I'll try to rephrase it more simply.
> 
> I have a proxy set up which grabs the main page from a server inside of
> my intranet.  The problem is that it doesn't display any of the picture
> files (gifs mostly), which are located in a subdirectory on the proxied
> server.  Why is this?  The HTML for the page references subdirectories
> on the other server where the images are located; shouldn't the contents
> of these directories come across anyway in the proxy?

Not really - are you using a Proxy Mirror config???

Is the proxied server available outside the firewall???

???
-Sx-  :]



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