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From elec <elec....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Page display problem XPSP2
Date Mon, 06 Sep 2004 19:14:37 GMT
no, it doesnt appear that the client is sending a second request, it
looks like the client authenticates, but the page just isnt getting
sent. if the wrong password is entered, the client recieves a second
request.

the only anything in between the client and the server is a cisco pix
and router, with packet inspection enabled, they have both been turned
off to eliminate that from the equation, also an allow all one to one
was set up to eliminate it completely. however if it was the router's
fault, i'd expect the problem to reoccur with firefox, or other
versions of windows....this is not the case..


On Mon, 6 Sep 2004 11:15:18 +0200, Robert Andersson <robert@profundis.nu> wrote:
> elec wrote:
> > now remember that it definately appears that the client is
> > authenticating, however after the authencation, it cannot view the
> > page, and when authentication is turned off, everything displays
> > correctly.
> 
> When a "normal" client is accessing a protected resource, the generic
> sequence is:
> - C: GET /protected HTTP/1.1
> - S: HTTP/1.1 401 Authentication Required
> - C: (prompts user for username/password)
> - C: GET /protected HTTP/1.1 (including username/password)
> - S: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
> 
> Is your failing client sending the second request, and if so, what does it
> look like? Is Apache ever sending the second response, and if so, what does
> it look like?
> 
> And, again, is there *any* sort of proxying between the server and client?
> 
> 
> 
> Regards,
> Robert Andersson
> 
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