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[DeleGate-En] Re: MOUNT problem
09 Apr 2002 12:13:42 GMT Massimiliano Mammini <>

thank you for your help, I need to mount an IP in order to translate a web 
because the DNS of my company doesn't know (I also tried
Since I navigate trough a proxy server also if I change the hosts file of 
my PC nothing
happens because the name is resolved on the server where the proxy is running.
Since I can't change this hosts file, I think the only way to let the 
things work is
using another proxy before the company's proxy where I transate the address.

As you wrote me I tried the following :

delegated -Td -P8080 PROXY= 
MOUNT="* =://*"

but I have the same problem.

Thank you in advance

If I can help you, I recompiled delegated on NT0 running delegated on NT after
At 02:36 PM 4/9/02 +0900, you wrote:
>On 04/08/02(16:11) you Massimiliano Mammini <> wrote
>in <_A1595@delegate-en.ML_>
>  |i'm using delegated for windows and I would like to MOUNT a web site 
> with its
>  |IP address as rURL.
>  |I did something like :
>  |
>  |delegated -Td -P8080 PROXY=
>The PROXY parameter needs a port number followd by host name...
>  |MOUNT="/* =://*"
>Why you need to do the mount?  Rereaving name server, I got
>"" ==
>  |I would like that everytime I ask http:/ the
>  |proxy would send
>a MOUNT like following might work
>   MOUNT="* =://*"
>instead of your
>   MOUNT="/* =://*"
>  |I thought the previuos parameters should have worked, but looking at the
>  |log file I got :
>  |
>  |*** - - [05/Apr/2002:18:38:31 +0100] "GET
>  |HTTP/1.0" 504 724 0*0.010+241.297:RW:0s
>   @ @ Yutaka Sato <>
>  ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology 
> (AIST)
>_<   >_ 1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8568 Japan

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