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From Garrett Morris <morr1...@bellsouth.net>
Subject [users@httpd] unwanted redirects from clients
Date Sat, 25 Nov 2006 17:05:10 GMT
  I tried the faq but it seems to be unavailable at the moment. My 
problem is as follows, I am setting up a webdav2 server with with 
apache 2.2.3, and currently have another with ver 2.2 for port 80 
requests and subscription info. I am receiving client requets for yahoo 
and other sites like the following...

65.29.159.78 - - [22/Nov/2006:11:03:41 -0600] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 200 3919
65.189.222.45 - - [22/Nov/2006:17:14:26 -0600] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 200 3919
66.232.103.168 - - [23/Nov/2006:20:16:43 -0600] "GET 
https://mail.yahoo.com/ HTTP/1.0" 200 3919
66.232.103.168 - - [23/Nov/2006:21:23:56 -0600] "CONNECT 
mail.yahoo.com:443 HTTP/1.1" 405 235
208.219.207.2 - - [23/Nov/2006:21:34:04 -0600] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 3919

I would like to stop this as I fear it is a spambot using my address 
for something illegal. The docs don't mention how to use mod_rewrite or 
mod_security to stop this. A google search turned up nothing of 
interest (not asking the right question?). I am obviously a novice. Any 
help or point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

Imac 17 1ghz 1GB apache2.2/2.2.3 openssl096/dav2...

One more thing... (columbo says)
	I am having trouble with dav quota and disk space remaining with dav2. 
I tried to apply the patches. The patches apply with no errors, make 
with no errors, but install has errors with undefined symbols and other 
errors. Is there a unix source with these patches and some 
prerequisites + instructions out there? I have read other articles 
where people have successfully applied these patches with 2.0.54. Is it 
already incorporated into mod_dav for 2.2.3? Any help is most welcome.

Thanks to all for this forum.


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