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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

Accept-Ranges: none

How to trick web browser that he still can ask for range request ? e.g.

Accept-Ranges: bytes

thanks ;)

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    Why would you disable a thing then attempt to make it seem there ?
    – user9517
    Jan 14, 2014 at 13:59
  • I'm developing client-side software for video playback. I want test every possible scenario. For example, if you play mp4 video from dropbox, their server will return you that he can do range requests, but actually he don't Jan 14, 2014 at 14:40

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Write your own web server that blatantly ignores the standards, lies about its capabilities, and returns HTTP/400 ("Bad Request"), or if you want to be really confusing HTTP/406 ("Not Acceptable" - even though you you just bloody well said it was acceptable).

Seriously, that's the only way this is going to happen. You're trying to create a situation that can't exist. Testing this corner case is admirable, but you're going to have to hack it together yourself.

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