[jdev] Serving the jabber applet through a proxy

Matthias Wimmer m at tthias.net
Fri Jul 9 09:48:35 CDT 2004


Hi Trejkaz!

Trejkaz Xaoza schrieb am 2004-07-09 19:51:20:
> I didn't seem to have that problem when I got it working.  Are you sure you're 
> talking about the configured proxy server, and not the _browser's_ configured 
> proxy server?

How do you configure a proxy server if not in the browser? Never seen
something else for Java applets.

> Actually, I didn't even make the connection when I posted between being behind 
> a firewall and using an HTTP proxy.  I'm behind a firewall at home, and have 
> been behind one for my last three jobs, but all of these places used 
> transparent proxies.  I actually had to intentionally screw with my settings 
> to simulate the unusual case of a manually-configured HTTP proxy, back when I 
> tested that polling feature. :-)

Sure ... with transparent proxies it will work.

> ... or just to use a polling client like Psi, instead of an applet.  This is a 
> far better choice as it doesn't die when you close the web browser, and works 
> much more reliably in general. :-)

If you use a client like Psi, I'd prefere using the CONNECT method with
a server listening on port 443. (http://web.amessage.info/clients/psi)


Tot kijk
    Matthias

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