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403 Forbidden error
Authored by: johnnydaboy on Jan 06, '02 12:11:08AM

I tried this and now all I get are 403 Forbidden errors when I try to surf through the proxy server. The Apache log shows the following line:

127.0.0.1 - - [05/Jan/2002:23:14:47 -0500] "GET http://www.nytimes.com/ HTTP/1.0" 403 285

I suppose the 127.0.0.1 localhost is the address of the requesting "machine," in this case, the proxy server. I don't know if that is correct -- the supposition or the setting. The part that I am merely curious about is the HTTP/1.0 part. I thought everything was up to HTTP 1.1. Ideas?

If it's of any consequence, I have DSL and a Linksys router with static addressing.

Can anyone lend me a hand?



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Nevermind - 403 Forbidden error
Authored by: johnnydaboy on Jan 07, '02 08:33:24PM

I set up the proxy server on the machine that I work on, just to do it and see if it would work. I set the proxy server to the loopback address but I didn't <Allow> the loopback address in the proxy config file. Duh. Hope this helps anyone else trying this.



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