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ftp-server http-gatewa
  12/13-21:07 . 3090  Martin Papadopoulos <> [24]
___ hello yutaka, i have got a problem with the following configuration: %> delegated -P8021 SERVER=ftp PROXY= afterwards connecting to the delegate server on the apropriate port %> ftp lo
  12/14-04:28 . 3091 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ FTP protocol cannot be relayed over the HTTP protocol, that is, via a HTTP proxy which interprets the communication as the pairs of request and response in HTTP protocol. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka S
  12/20-15:36 . 3092  Abhay Patil <> [16]
___ Hi , i am am abhay. here iinstall the delegate 8.11.5. in ubuntu linux. with following step. 1) tar it 2) type make command in delegate directory but idont know next step that how we deside the dele
http partial download in origin mode
  12/27-03:27 . 3093  Martin Papadopoulos <> [10]
___ hello yutaka when delegate is in origin http mode the partial content retrievement does not function. =-O is there a workaround / bugfix available ? have a nice day , and happy x-mas / new year to e
  12/27-15:51 . 3094 (Yutaka Sato) [179]
___ Hi, In your LOGFILE, you will find what kind of Range: header field was sent in the request message, like this for example: 12/27 15:40:04.78 [26815] 1+1: #HT11 (10) Range: bytes=20-29^M There are s
multiple masters
  01/04-05:52 . 3095  Martin Papadopoulos <> [16]
___ hello yutaka, multiple master don't work as followed : delegate -P800 SERVER=http MASTER= MASTER= according to the documentation this should work , but it obviously doesn
multiple masters - reloaded
  01/04-16:16 . 3096 [89]
___ hello yutaka, i was wrong about the recent post. it is not accurate, that multiple masters are tried in order ! but i observed a problematic behaviour when selecting multiple masters. for each reque
multiple masters - re-reloaded :-)
  01/04-16:17 . 3097 [89]
___ hello yutaka, i was wrong about the recent post. it is not accurate, that multiple masters are not tried in order ! but i observed a problematic behaviour when selecting multiple masters. for each r
multiple masters - re-re-reloaded :-)
  01/04-16:18 . 3098 [89]
___ hello yutaka, i was wrong about the recent post. it is not accurate, that multiple masters are not tried in order ! but i observed a problematic behaviour when selecting multiple masters. for each r
basic install issue for delegate
  01/06-09:31 . 3099  "Chris King" <> [47]
___ I apologize for the silly question, but I seem to be unabel to properly install this (8.11.5) on Windows XP. I downloaded from and when I run the ex
multiple masters - re-re-reloaded :-)
  01/15-04:41 . 3100 (Yutaka Sato) [42]
___ Imagine that there are multiple clients running on the same host, or accessing via the same proxy host. (MASTER) clientA +--- DeleGateX ---+ clientB -- DeleGate --+ +-- server clientC +--- DeleGateY
filter DNS queries
  01/15-22:17 . 3101  Patrick Useldinger <> [18]
___ Hello, I am looking for a DNS proxy that allows me to filter which DNS requests are answered and which ones are dropped. The software should allow me to specify something like this: "www
delegate 3100
  01/16-00:57 . 3102  Martin Papadopoulos <> [122]
___ hello yutaka , i will give it defenitly a trie ! cheer martin in /<_A3098@delegate-en.ML_>/ <*/_A3098@delegate-en.ML_?Base=mail-lists.delegate-en/3100> Imagine tha
delegate 9.0.6-pre1
  01/16-01:21 . 3103  Martin Papadopoulos <> [34]
___ hello yutaka , is it possible to get a copy of the 9.0.6-pre1 version ? many thanx :-) cheer martin ps: if people attach a pgp signature , like i used to do, this should be anonymized too, otherwise
Deleagte as http proxy over ssh-tunnel from windows to linux
  01/16-02:29 . 3104  Peter Wimmer <> [43]
___ Hello, i have a problem. I'm trying delegate for some days now and I can't make a connection from windows to linux with delegate over a ssh-tunnel. My problem is: on the linux system i need delegate
  01/16-04:19 . 3105 (Yutaka Sato) [58]
___ Hi, Maybe you are trying the tunneling I wrote in <URL:> It does not work on Windows because it is implemented using fork() system call which is not
delegate 3100
  01/16-08:39 . 3106 (Yutaka Sato) [184]
___ Hallo, The extension is as the enclosed patch. (Current 9.0.6-pre1 is in nasty status including many tentative patches and probes to be removed before released) Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <y.sat
filter DNS queries
  01/17-15:05 . 3107 (Yutaka Sato) [297]
___ Hi, DeleGate as a DNS server (or a resolver) can select an upstream server (resolver) depending on the hostname or address pattern in each query. It is specified with the RESOLV parameter of syntax
SSL disconnect problem
  01/25-16:03 . 3108 [142]
___ Hi, Thanks for a great application. Unfortunaly we have ha problem with the ssl part. We are running Delegate 9.0.5/6 on windows 2003 server. It looks like when the delegate application receive a "S
Timeout issues
  01/28-20:49 . 3109  Gertjan Klein <> [49]
___ Hello, I'm using Delegate (on Windows) as an HTTPS proxy. This works well, except when I have a VPN connection (using Cisco's VPN client) to my company's servers. The problem appears to have to do w
  01/29-05:43 . 3110 (Yutaka Sato) [51]
___ Hi, You can inspect the resolver problem by getting detailed log of it with RES_DEBUG=1 option. The problem can be solved by supressing the DeleGate's original resolver (Resolvy) and using the stand
SSL disconnect problem
  01/29-06:39 . 3111 (Yutaka Sato) [89]
___ Hi, If you are using DeleGate as a HTTP proxy for SSL-Tunneling, and if you see "not half_duplex ?" in your logfile of DeleGate, you will be able to escape the problem by specifying as this: REMITTA
Timeout issues
  01/30-16:59 . 3112  Gertjan Klein <> [147]
___ Yutaka, First of all, thanks for your help. I had RES_DEBUG=9 as commandline option. I've changed it to 1 as you suggested, which appears to result in less messages. I have tried this, but unfortuna
  01/30-17:27 . 3113 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ Hi, Sorry, I overlooked it. Then try RES_DEBUG="-1" for the maximum loglevel since the value is a bit mask. Also the option "-W4" will make detailed log for Windows specific operations. I suppose th
  01/30-17:53 . 3114  Gertjan Klein <> [37]
___ Yutaka, OK, thanks for that. Unfortunately, this makes things even more confusing (at least for me ;). A fragment of the log: As you can see, the delay is between two gettimeofday() calls :O. Could
  01/31-02:39 . 3115 (Yutaka Sato) [39]
___ Hi, Hmm... your window of the log is too narrow for me to identify where it is. If the log fragment is right before "{R} RES_order(CFDS,CFNDS)", it can be in the intialization in main(). I uploaded
  01/31-03:09 . 3116  Gertjan Klein <> [45]
___ Yutaka, Thanks again for your help! I have tried this executable with the following commandline: dg9_0_6-pre2dbg1.exe -v -P8080 RES_DEBUG="-1" -W4 RESOLV=sys SERVER=http FSV=sslway DGROOT="c:/progra
  01/31-03:42 . 3117 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ Hi, Sorry the executable seems broken so that it cannot do getpeername() and getsockname(). It might be linking problem... So I uploaded recompiled version dg9_0_6-pre2dbg2.exe, try this one please.
  01/31-04:09 . 3118  Gertjan Klein <> [41]
___ Yutaka, No worries. OK, tried that one. I can now reproduce the problem with the extra debugging info. Note that the amount of debugging data is now too much for the scrollback buffer of the Windows
  01/31-04:47 . 3119 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, We can see the DeleGate is delayed in scan_HOSTS0() function. To inspect what is going in it, I uploaded dg9_0_6-pre2dbg3.exe. Try it please. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <>
  01/31-05:01 . 3120  Gertjan Klein <> [26]
___ Yutaka, Done; log at It seems to be this line: (WIN) 51:47 [820] --- scan_HOSTS0 [HOSTS] Oddly enough, the same sequence appears way at the beginning of the lo
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