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 Can't process http/1.0 requests or proxy requests
I have the Apache Server 1.3 and I can't process requests from the internet
coming from proxy servers. The only difference I see between direct connect
and people using a proxy is the HTTP/1.0 from the proxy and HTTP/1.1 from
the direct connect.

Do you have any idea what is wrong in my http.conf file

Richard



 Sat, 31 Jan 2004 11:27:02 GMT   
 Can't process http/1.0 requests or proxy requests
can't imagine that there is an apache-option. are you sure that your proxy is
working correct?
what does apache say in it's logfiles (access/error). i would rather look in
the proxy-config then
in apache.conf.
what happens if you access your webserver via browser-proxy? any error
messages?

markus



 Sat, 31 Jan 2004 19:31:34 GMT   
 Can't process http/1.0 requests or proxy requests
I'm rather new to Apache, but I think I recall seeing something in the
VirtualHost documentation at the Apache site that said you need to have a
particular setting to serve HTTP/1.0 requests *if* you are using name-based
virtual hosts.  Basically, if you have more than one v-host per IP, you need
to set up something in particular.  What that is I don't recall, but you can
find it under the VirtualHost documentation in the examples section.

Sorry for being so vague, but I do hope that helps.

Mike Frazer

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 Sun, 08 Feb 2004 02:22:16 GMT   
 
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