Wed, 10 Feb 1999
I am running delegate 5.8.8 On Linux 2.0.36 (i586) with 16 MB RAM.
I plan to use Delegate to act as a proxy server (http and ftp mainly ...
maybe pop and smtp later on) for my internal users [those woth illegal
I read the manual on how to invoke delegate but i might missed some of
the imporant points there. Normally I start delegate by issuing the
./delegated -P5000 -vv PERMIT="*:*:2.2.2.*,*:*:184.108.40.206" so that only
machines on segment 220.127.116.11 and host with IP address 18.104.22.168 can use
my proxy. Is this the right command to use ??? Or is there a better way
to do this. Also I need to ask U this. I just found that I was able to
access and use my http proxy server from outside with IP address that is
not permitted in the host list. I dialed to my ISP and then just wanna
check whether I could use my delegate proxy server. I thought I would
be denied access, however it was not !!!. Why ???
lAstly, I woukd like to know how to define delegate in inetd ???
Yer attention and help is very much appreciated
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