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From Heiko Baumann <schatzmeister2...@web.de>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] RCP-over-HTTP and mod_proxy
Date Wed, 05 Oct 2005 16:46:17 GMT

nobody ?


Heiko Baumann wrote:
> Hi list,
>
> i've tried to get rpc-over-http (outlook 2003) with apache2 and 
> mod_proxy to work, with moderate results.
>
> the connection often fails or reset. i've played around with different 
> configs and different apache versions on my gentoo box. but no luck.
>
> the config i've used is nearly the same as the one posted here 
> http://3cx.org/item/46
> and at the end of the site i've posted the results of my testing.
>
>
> -snip-
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
>    the2nd <mailto:schatzmeister2000@web.de> wrote:
>
> i've tried this a few days ago and found out that the connection 
> sometimes fails or get reset. while sniffing with ssldump i can see 
> that the rpc_in_data/rpc_out_data "http" (header) requests are send in 
> one tcp packet from the client to apache/mod_proxy but the outgoing 
> traffic (from apache to rpc proxy) often is split into more smaller 
> packets (one tcp packet per line). since the rpc traffic is binary 
> data encapsulated in the http body i guess this is a problem!? i have 
> not protocol design knowledge so maybe i am wrong. but there is a 
> mod_proxy extension to get another binary protocol work with 
> mod_proxy. http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.1/mod/mod_proxy_ajp.html
> so maybe i am not wrong!?
>
> btw. with squid in accel mode it works without this problems and 
> sniffing with ssldump shows that squid does not change the packet size.
>
> btw2. does anybody know if outlook 2003 is able to send a client 
> certificate to authenicate to apache/squid/rpc-proxy whatever? and 
> does anybody know if outlook is able to use a proxy with basic auth to 
> connect to a rpc-proxy? this are 2 important features to make it a 
> more secure and usefull solution. but hey, its M$ ;)
>
> regards
> the2nd
>
> Thu 01 Sep 03:44:08 JST 2005
> -snap-
>
> any help will be appreciated
>
> regards
> the2nd
>
>
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