With the default Delegate configuration accessing URLs of the form :
"http://[ip]/-/" will output an administration screen providing utilities
such "Server Administration" and "Client Set-up".
To disallow this access I have created relative "MOUNT" directive to route
this traffic to a default page.
My question, which is rather critical for me (integration time-frame), is to
know how to completely disallow access to the above interface.
Could you please advice ?
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Yutaka Sato)
>Subject: Re: [DeleGate-En]
>Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2002 16:51:10 +0900 (JST)
>On 06/06/02(00:45) you "Andrei Chiriaev" <email@example.com>
> |I have identified the "real" problem causing the disruption in my
> |integration process. Several of my "MOUNT" rules refer to "/-", "/-/*"
> |patterns. This was done to exclude the DELAGATE's "admin" access.
>Could you tell me why and how you did it?
> |First, is it normal the "Set-Cookie" HTTP header is also rewritten
> |according to "MOUNT" rules ?
>Consistently rewriting any URLs in HTTP headers, including the url-
>path in Set-Cookie, as well as rewriting URLs in HTML text in HTTP
>body, is necessary to make MOUNT mechanism work correctly.
> |Finally, how could I permanently disable the "admin" access using
> |line switches ?
>Sorry but I'm not certain what you mean by "admin access" ...
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