Fastream Technologies wrote:

>Not exactly. No real answer for my actual question...
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I dont think you can support virtual hosts for http 1.0, is this what 
you are saying. You could support http 1.0 if you had a public IP per 
host if you really needed to.

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>On 10/4/06, Kris Leech <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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>>Hi, did you find the answer to this?
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>>Fastream Technologies wrote:
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>>>Hello,
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>>>I have a few issues left for understanding how a transparent proxy works.
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>>I
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>>>talked with a friend in an ISP how they configure them and he said they
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>>use
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>>>Layer4 switches to redirect all HTTP port 80 traffic to the proxy even
>>>though the end user does not configures his browser settings for the
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>>proxy.
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>>>Now with our reverse proxy experience, all is well except one thing: How
>>>does the proxy know which IP to connect to when the end user uses
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>>HTTP/1.0
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>>>with no "host" header? Is transparent proxies HTTP/1.1 only? How does the
>>>Layer4 switch understands what protocol does the end user uses if it can
>>>read just up to layer 4 (TCP)?
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>>>Best Regards,
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>>>SZ
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