From: email@example.com (Yutaka Sato)@SUNGARD
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 8:19 PM
Cc: Lynn Lantz
Subject: Re: How to access https server through NAT? why
using port 137?
On 09/04/02(06:58) you "Lynn Lantz"
|I'm trying to access a https server where my internal
address is getting
|translated by a network address/port translator before
going out to the
|Why are you sending a UDP request to port 137?
|Why is the https server trying to ping you back? The
firewall does not
|allow incoming ping requests to any address.
|Are you sending the internal IP address out to the
server? This is an
|internal/hidden address and should not go out over the
||Who do you mean by "you" ? I don't know a situation
with such problems
||when accessing to a HTTPS server.
Sorry - I didn't mean for my language to sound
offensive. What I meant by "you" was the Delegate program. Our
firewall logs show that Delegate is sending a UDP packet to port 137 of
the server I am trying to send https GET request to. And then we see
that server trying to ping us back. Why? I didn't think that was any
part of the https specifications.
|Any ideas on how to get Delegate to work in this
situation? Thanks for
|any help on this.
||Any HTTP proxy including DeleGate will work as a HTTPS
Is there some flag or setting I need to turn on to get this to
work when going through a NAT (network address translator)?
Currently I'm using:
delegated -P8080 SERVER=http SERVCONF=demand FSV=sslway
Is there something I need to add to make it http(s) proxy?
@ @ Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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