HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol and is the protocol used to transfer information around the World Wide Web.

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Squid3 blocking all sites except restricted sites

I have a configuration file and in the lines where I have my allowed and restricted sites, I have the following: acl AllowedSites dstdomain "/home/john/squid3_sites/allowed-sites.squid" acl ...
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Too Many HTTP Requests from one source

We are having an issue at one of our customer sites where Tripwire is flagging events when more than 1000 HTTP connections are being individually created from different IP addresses within a span of ...
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Nginx on VM on ded. root server has very slow download rates

I'm running VMware ESXI on a kimsufi dedicated root with 100Mbit/s network access. As the root has only 1 public IPv4 available and ESXi cannot NAT its VMs, I assigned the public IP to VM#1 which is ...
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Will HTTP/2 work with Apache acting as a reverse proxy to an OpenLightSpeed server?

Before wasting my time and doing something I figured I would ask the question first. I really want to try out HTTP/2 and since Apache does not have a module for it yet I figured I would use ...
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Something preventing http requests from public ip addresses from reaching windows 8.1 update iis

I have three Windows hosts on the same private LAN, each hosting an IIS default website. One host is running Windows 7 Pro, while the other two are running Windows 8.1 Update Version 6.3 (Build ...
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apache allowoverride points to wrong location

I installed a Slim framework to create a API and located this under /opt/modul/www/api index.php slim/ so the index.php is my main API file. And I want to access this in the browser under ...
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Tomcat 8.15 APR Poller failed with error 610,038

I was testing my server with JMeter but when I reach an Highload the server tends to have this error logged on the console and it keeps a lot of active threads on apparent deadlock : 30-Jan-2015 ...
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Measuring request response time by port

So, I'm currently working on a project in which I spin up a set docker image on a number of different machines and configurations. This image basically contains a web server that accepts a number of ...
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DELL PE 2950/1950 IPMI iso from internet

I'm wondering if I could ask my IPMIs to load the OS ISO to boot from an Internet/HTTP URL? Have anyone already tried such a thing?
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nginx: Multiple cross-domain 301 redirects with different page addresses

I'm moving my old site over to a new domain, and with that new domain comes new naming conventions. I'm trying to figure out what would be the simplest way of accomplishing the following for roughly 8 ...
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How do I switch from http to https and back again with an Apache reverse proxy and WebSphere Application Server

I'm running a Spring Web App in WebSphere Application Server (WAS). WAS is listening on port 36500 using https, Apache is listening on port 80 using http. The protocols in use are out of my control ...
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Apache redirect request to another server on error

I currently have 3 web servers serving large files load balanced at DNS level. There's one "master" server, and two "slave" servers. The master server has all of the files required, and it pushes ...
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Setting up additional breadcrumb re-direct using mod_rewrite

Currently I have mod_rewrite configured as follows: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName address.website.org ServerAdmin webmaster@website.org DocumentRoot /var/www Redirect permanent / ...
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how to implement access control using connetcing hostname and port(squid)

some http proxy service providers here just assign an unique proxy address and port to a user, and the user just needs to enter the necessary proxy address and port to get access.I think this method ...
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Trouble with port 80 nating (XenServer to WebServer VM)

I have a rent server running XenServer 6.2 I only have 1 public IP so i did some NAT to redirect ports 22 and 80 to my WebServer VM. I have a problem with the port 80 redirection. When i use this ...
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Timer_EntityBody, Timer_ConnectionIdle and Connection Closed Unexpectly

We have a windows application, it connects to a web service (XML web service hosted on a Windows 2008 Server IIS 7.5, no antivirus) and fetches some data to the client. But sometimes (around 5%-10% of ...
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After reboot, direct SSH & HTTP time out, can only SSH from another server

Everything was working fine with server2 until I had to reboot. Since reboot, I cannot SSH into the machine directly, and, http is not working...MOST of the time. Every once in a while, randomly, I ...
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Single computer cannot access servers

We have several servers running on our internal network. Our router's firewall has a redirect in place for some domains to these servers' ip addresses. This works nicely. However, we've run into a ...
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APC Memory Pool and Apache Problems

i have a problem with my APC and Apache. Since i have been installed APC on my VPS, i face to many problems. Here is one of them. My Apache keeps falling down, server port :80 is available, but its ...
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Nginx dropping events with connection refused after accepting few connection

I have setup with nginx as loadbalancer and python application running on nodes behind loadbalancers. We collect events from one of the busy mobile sites, it sends a event connecting to our api ...
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Strange log entries in apache access log that contain the server name

In my apache access log I occasionally find entries that look like this: 63.186.66.22 - - [20/Feb/2014:00:00:03 +0100] "POST https://www.myserver.com:8080/some/path HTTP/1.1" 200 446 "-" instead of ...
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How to trick web browser about Range Requests?

I'm using Apache HTTP server 2.2 with ubuntu 12.04 (with mod_rewrite & mod_headers ) I've changed server config to MaxRanges none So now when Web browser hits server he receives answer ...
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Nginx byte-serving http requests

I know it is possible to use Nginx to spread requests over multiple web servers thus doing load balancing. This solution requires back-end servers having high bandwidth and is effective when dealing ...
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not able to access xml file from webserver

when i am trying to aceess my html file of xml file after putting it in var/www/html i am not be able to access it from a browser. for example , i have stored crossdomain.xml file in var/www/html ...
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Forward traffic from a socks server to another socks server, based on some application layer “parameters” such as domain name or TLD extension

I want to configure a socks server (with ssh dynamic port forwarding for example) who can forward the traffic to another socks server or http server maybe ... and I want this routing to happens at ...
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very slow outbound HTTP on a webserver

I've got a web server running Windows Server 2008 R2, SP1, and IIS7. It has been running fine for some time, but recently begun having difficulty with outbound HTTP. Attempts to hit web pages from ...
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Create VirtualHosts for zeroconf http services

I have multiple node.js apps running on my computer, and things are getting pretty confusing since the only difference between accessing them is the port number. So I had the idea to use zeroconf to ...
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Exclusion in IIS HTTP Redirect

We want to redirect all users to a particular aspx or html page during downtime of the site during deployment. But we want few members from development team would be able to see the site during this ...
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How to print out all request headers of HTTP requests on the server side?

I have a HAProxy configuration which balances requests to many servers. I want to compare the outgoing request headers when requests go thru HAProxy to the ones I would make directly to my servers. ...
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Tunnel HTTP traffic from an EC2 instance to an Heroku Application

We have a web application that runs perfectly on Heroku. However, that application is not available from within a given subnetwork due to firewall restriction on the Heroku IPs. So built a simple EC2 ...
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Mod_cache is not logging or caching

Apache 2.2 on RedHat 6.3. I have a virtual host that is setup like so: <VirtualHost xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80> ServerAdmin some@email.com DocumentRoot /home/xxxxx/Sites/xxxxxxx.com/htdocs ServerName ...
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Slow http responses

I am running an apache web server on debian 6.0 with kernel 2.6.32-5-amd64. In certain times of the day, usually when more people are online, the server have very slow responses. I am sure, that is ...
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Default error page in SSRS 2008

We are using SSRS 2008. Is there a way to show a default error page if there is an error in the Reporting Services? If so how do I go about doing this? Currently getting the following error..... ...
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How should a HTTP server treat requests that specify a protocol higher than HTTP/1.1?

I have created a HTTPS server from scratch for use in an embedded application. At present it is able to distinguish between HTTP/1.0 and HTTP/1.1 when it receives a request, and it then subsequently ...
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Unable to setup HTTP Server so that external clients can access

I am running Red Hat Enterprise Server 6. It has Apache Server (httpd) installed and running on boot by default. My document files are kept in /var/www/html/web and I can access them on my computer ...
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Are empty HTTP requests malicious?

I have seen multiple empty http request log entries from Apache: HOST:443 REMOTEIP - - [DATA AND TIME] "-" SIZE SIZE "-" "-" Are these malicious attacks, or some misconfiguration on my side?
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Forwarding all HTTP/HTTPS traffic to a port with iptables

I'm trying to setup a wireless network that routes all traffic to a local webserver (basically a hotel wifi login page). Here's my dhcpd config: $ cat /etc/dhcpd.conf ddns-update-style none; ...
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Apache tomcat server win8 cannot be accessed outside of local host

I have installed the apache-tomcat server on my local win7. The port I specified is 9999. Additionally, I use the distributed binary version of apache tomcat. Not installing as a windows service. I ...
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.NET WebRequests fail on network with Blue Coat proxy

I have a .NET 3.5 application that makes a standard http WebRequest: var webRequest = WebRequest.Create(new Uri("http://myserver.com/target.xml)); var webResponse = webRequest.GetResponse(); This ...
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Malicious HTTP Post reuqest decoding

I have this request in my traffic, which is posting data to a malicious php file. T 212.193.229.17:60601 -> 9.9.9.9:80 [A] POST /images//sh.php HTTP/1.0. Host: dpfremovalwarrington.co.uk. ...
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nginx: Serve both domain.com and www.domain.com

I currently have an nginx server which can be accessed by typing in domain.com both by HTTP and HTTPS. However when I attempt to connect by typing www.domain.com instead it seems that the connection ...
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Could an ISP selectively block .png, .jpg, .js, .css and others from internal HTTP server?

This is a bit of a specialist question as it concerns a very small embedded web server as opposed to a conventional web server (e.g. Apache, IIS) and it's more to do with the routing through the ISP. ...
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Ngninx HTTP Speed vs. HTTPS Speed

I installed a testsetup to find the impact of ssl on nginx performance (requests per second) I don't understand a behaviour with the Testsetup I have here. The setup: a nearly naked Ubuntu 12.04 ...
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Put HTTP requests on 'hold' when redeploying JEE project

We're using a JBoss server, which holds several projects. It is accessed through an Apache ProxyPass (basically ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/). I am looking for a better way to redeploy a ...
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How to allow clients from virtual network connect to ubuntu web-server hosted on VirtualBox?

I have a web-app running on VirtualBox Ubuntu VM. And also I have a virtual network with users which I want to let use this web-app. Software for virtual network called 'Remobo'. In VM network ...
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remove 404 errors from apache's master log file

Is there a way to prevent apache from filling up the log file with pointless error messages like 404's and only display real errors?
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.htaccess Not Working as Expected

I have a hosted account not linked to any domain at /~me. In the top level of my home directory I have a .htaccess file: Options +FollowSymlinks RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ...
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Windows Server 2008 IIS Random disconnect

I am having a bit of a quirk with my IIS server. I'm running my IIS with 2 sets of IPs configured, one in the 192 range and the other in 172 range. I then have multiple apps which will talk to this ...
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SQUID Proxy in a thinclient environment

I have an environment that uses thin client technology. Many thin clients connect to a central server, log in, and get an X session under their username. All requests to the internet come from the ...
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iis 7.0 - only local PCs can view the web site despite using port:80?

First let me explain the steps I did from the very beginning till the end (also to help others): 1- I requested a static IP from my ISP. 2- Inserted that static ip to the A Record of mydomain.com ...