Fastream Technologies wrote: > Hello, > > On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 5:00 PM, Arno Garrels <arno.garr...@gmx.de> > wrote: > >> Fastream Technologies wrote: >>> So since we are talking about the web server, the NTLMDomain >>> property should be of THttpConnection, NOT the THttpServer. In the >>> OnGet/Head/PostDocument it should be set by the app coder or if it >>> is not set then it will be null hence work as it is now. >> >>> I was talking about the web server but the client also needs some >>> mechanism to indicate the NTLM domain so that it can send request to >>> the web server in case of NTLM on the web server. But wait a minute, >>> when there is reverse proxy sitting in front, web servers cannot >>> authenticate with NTLM, can they? >> >> Important to know for readers was how exactly the NTLM authentication >> is handled by your proxy _currently_ and in what way you want to >> change that design, nobody nows that so far. >> Adding a string property is a matter of two lines of code, even a BCB >> developer should be able to do that in Delphi. >> >> > You are right. When IQP receives the request, in the ProcessRequest() > it scans the defined URL Rules set by the end user from top to bottom > for a match to decide which target web server to route/redirect to. A > URL Rule list could be like, > > 1. ssl://www.fastream.com/owa > 2. http://www.fastream.com/path/file.htm ("URL Rule is file" flag set) > 3. *://www.iqproxyserver.com  > 4. *://www.iqproxyserver.com > 5. *://* > > The last one must be *://* as a catch-all. We enabled 3. and 4. in > the same list in from v4.5 on to let users route to different target > server IP/port/path with respect to client location (country). See > http://www.iqproxyserver.com (home page, bottom) for a screenshot > example of this. > > Now, I want each URL Rule to be able to have one NTLM domain to > authenticate against.
For what reason? What does currently not work? Give us an example please. -- Arno Garrels -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be