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From "Keith Lawson" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: issue with Apache2::Cookie
Date Fri, 07 Mar 2014 15:09:12 GMT

>>> On 2014/03/06 at 7:59 PM, in message
<>, pinate <>

> We use Apache2::Cookie which is a part of libapreq2
> , 

Ah. I've never seen this module before. 

> We call Apache2::Cookie->fetch($r) to retrieve incoming request's cookies.
> It looks to me, browser under vpn doesn't send cookie ? or there might need
> some configuration to make this work.
> Anyone has any idea?

Your VPN shouldn't make any difference unless it's proxying traffic and manipulating the HTTP
data. You can troubleshoot this by installing Firebug and looking at the HTTP request/response
headers. Once you have firebug installed enable it for the page you need to diagnose, load
the page and then look at the "Net" tab in firebug. In that tab you can see the HTTP request
and response headers. If the cookie is being sent you'll see it in the HTTP request and if
the server is setting it you'll see it in the HTTP response.

Also be sure to ensure your cookie domain is valid for the web server you're connecting to,
that's an issue we've encountered here before. 

That's where I'd start anyway.

> Thanks
> Pinate
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