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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Chunked encoding handling in reverse proxy
Date Mon, 11 Jul 2005 00:10:26 GMT
On 7/8/05, <> wrote:
> Hi, 
>         I am trying to protect client-server application through Apache
> reverse proxy. 
>  My server is protected behind apache reverse proxy and client is standalone
> application that can access server through internet. The client-server
> communicate with each other via HTTP 1.1 protocol with
> Content-encoding:chunked. The data part is sent in form of chunked data.
> When I set this up via reverse proxy, the apache does not forward following
> PUT request from client to my server: 
> Content-encoding : chunked 
> host:YYYY 
> It seems Apache is waiting for some more information from client. 
> Please help. 

Well, to start with, that doesn't look much like HTTP/1.1 to me.

It seems like there are lots of things you aren't including here.


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