[JDEV] http proxy support

Justin Georgeson jgeorgeson at unboundtech.com
Mon Aug 5 23:13:20 CDT 2002

Well. Turns out the problem I was having with http proxy was just a 
client side configuration issue. I had implemented the CONNECT method, 
but wasn't aware of the requirement for tunneling to port 443. Once I 
set my client to use port 443 for the jabber server, everything started 
working dandy. :D

thanks for the pointers.

Hiroaki Nakamura wrote:
> Hi Justin!
> Justin Georgeson wrote:
>>I presume that Exodus supports the first method (HTTP PUT)? I haven't 
>>done pascal in quite a long time, and am having trouble locating the 
>>code (pulled exodus module from anonymous cvs as described on exodus 
>>sourceforge page) that does it.
>>You wouldn't happen to know of other (open-source) clients which 
>>implement this method, would you?
> In http://mailman.jabber.org/pipermail/jdev/2002-July/012596.html:
>>- "HTTP proxy passthrough"
>>   http://oid.jabber.org/?oid=971&all=1
> As far as I know, HTTP proxy passthrough is not implemented
> in Exodus. I don't know if there is a plan.
>>- JEP-0025
>>   http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0025.html
> JEP-0025 is implemented in Exodus. The source is
> jopl/XMLHttpStream.pas.
> I don't know other clients which implement this method, but
> I think you can copy&paste and modify jopl/XMLHttpStream.pas.
> The protocol for "HTTP proxy passthrough" is described at the
> URL: http://oid.jabber.org/?oid=971&all=1
> Hope this helps.
> --
> )Hiroaki Nakamura) hnakamur at v003.vaio.ne.jp

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