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ftps fails to work with client side ssl
  03/02-09:38 . 4384 (Yutaka Sato) [20]
  Hi, I should say that you should be aware that DeleGate is not free for commercial usage... Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute
  03/03-04:05 . 4385  Jacob Lundberg <> [20]
  Yes. If (and that's a big if still at this point) delegate works well enough to meet customer needs, then I will contact the license e-mail. Thanks, -Jacob Jacob Lundberg Director, IT Services pdeiq
dg 9.9.1 as SMTP gateway
  03/06-17:57 . 4386  "Bladt, Norbert" <> [109]
  Hi thanks a lot for this universal tool for almost all network tasks. We are using it for years for different purposes and our current monitoring environment won't work the way we are using it now w
  03/07-04:24 . 4387 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
  Hi, I'm not so sure about your requirment but it might be useful to use MOUNT for STMP (without SMTPGATE) extended in DeleGate/9.8.2 with which you can specify the recipient value (to be sent in RCP
ftps fails to work with client side ssl
  03/07-06:21 . 4388 (Yutaka Sato) [125]
  Hi, If so, it is a little strange that lftp sends PBSZ which is not listed in the response by DeleGate to the FEAT command. I tested just adding PBSZ and PROT to the list unconditionally but the beh
How can delegate start as service in Windows XP Prof.
  03/09-18:41 . 4389  balram ghimire <> [29]
  I had installed Delegate 9.9.1 in windows XP Prof. It's work fine. But everytime i have to start manually through run command. I am curious about : 1.Is it any way to start it automaticallya as serv
  03/09-19:44 . 4390 (Yutaka Sato) [45]
  I'm not sure how you can stop DeleGate to start automatically as a service. It should be installed as a service automatically which will be started automatically if you answer so when asked as below
wildcard support using Delegate as DNS server
  03/10-08:01 . 4391  Guillaume de Rorthais <> [104]
  Hi Yutaka Sato, I am trying to set up Delegate as a DNS server with domain wildcard support. I use the following config: -P"" -vv -dhst SERVER=dns,origin:ns1,
  03/10-15:48 . 4392 (Yutaka Sato) [100]
  Hi Guillaume, It is interesting how did you find the tentative feature :) Oh, you should have asked after a glance at it. DeleGate tries to pick up all of multiple IP-addresses of a host in a hosts-
dg 9.9.1 as SMTP gateway
  03/10-18:47 . 4393  "Bladt, Norbert" <> [84]
  Hi thanks for your mail and hints. However, this does not work for me. The "MOUNT=fakeuser@fakedomain.. smtp://" does not work. If I send mail to fakeuser@fakedomain.. del
  03/10-19:17 . 4394 (Yutaka Sato) [108]
  Hi, !?!? (possibly you are using some configuration in your SMTPGATE which should be removed for the test) Of cource DeleGate tries to connect to the (MX of) "". You can test it as
  03/10-20:08 . 4395  "Bladt, Norbert" <> [244]
  Hi I am exactly using your example, but it does not work. I renamed the delegate directory, there are those warning messages: SMTPGATE not defined, etc. But the connection is attempted to a@b or x@y
  03/10-20:26 . 4396 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
  Hi, Oh, I see. You are using upper case leter "SMS" in the MOUNT which is not matched in this case. You need "nocase" MOUNT options as follows: MOUNT=" smtp:// nocas
  03/10-20:38 . 4397  "Bladt, Norbert" <> [56]
  Hi thanks a lot for your help. Now it works fine. Regards Norbert.
  03/10-21:14 . 4398 (Yutaka Sato) [26]
  Maybe I should explain why it is so (for possible readers in future :). MOUNT is designed originally in DeleGate/1.4.0 for rewriting URL path of HTTP which is case sensitive. Thus the default is cas
How can delegate start as service in Windows XP Prof.
  03/10-22:23 . 4399  balram ghimire <> [170]
  Sorry, I am bothering you. I didn't understand what you had wrote. I clarify that what I have to do to start Delegate in my Window XP Prof. : I had already putted delegate in C:\Program Files\DeleGa
wildcard support using Delegate as DNS server
  03/10-23:03 . 4400  Guillaume de Rorthais <> [144]
  Le 2009-03-10 02:48, Yutaka Sato a crit : Hi Yutaka, Well, I did my best considering the time I had :) Yeah I figured that :) But I didn't want to bother you before being sure Delegate wasn't actual
dg 9.9.1 as SMTP gateway
  03/10-23:29 . 4401  "Bladt, Norbert" <> [64]
  Hi you are right, mail addresses are case-insensitive. That upper-case matching works with, e.g. SMTPGATE/users/SMSNotifications added to my confusion. It would also be useful to put this into the r
wildcard support using Delegate as DNS server
  03/11-09:34 . 4402 (Yutaka Sato) [44]
  Hi, I uploaded DeleGate/9.9.2-pre6 including the patch. By the way, I should say the example above does not work and the wild card entry must be at the bottom of a hosts file as below: #!max=1 a.a.a
  03/11-12:33 . 4403  Guillaume de Rorthais <> [52]
  Yutaka Sato a crit : Hi, Thank you ! Yeah, I noticed that as well as my attempt was doing pretty much the same thing ;) Thanks again for your very good piece of code, swiss army knife proxy, and lig
Please help me this error ?
  03/11-15:59 . 4404  "nutthawuth" <> [309]
  Dear Develop Team Please help me? What dose its mean this error? I used CentOS5.2 [root@localhost delegate9.9.2-pre7]# make cc -DMKMKMK -DDEFCC=\"cc\" -I../gen -I../include -L../lib mkmkmk.c -o mkmk
Delegate with NFS cache spool
  03/11-17:04 . 4405  Eddie Stassen <> [145]
  Hi Yakuta, I have managed to get the following information which might help to pinpoint the problem. Frist of all, truss shows this output: $ truss -p 26448 read(23, 0x0043A124, 8192) Err#151 ESTALE
How can delegate start as service in Windows XP Prof.
  03/11-17:59 . 4406 (Yutaka Sato) [61]
  You need to specify at least one command line argument to be passed to your DeleGate to let it work in background non-interactively, as follows for example: "C:\Program Files\DeleGate\dg9_9_1\bin\dg
Delegate with NFS cache spool
  03/11-21:32 . 4407 (Yutaka Sato) [63]
  Hi Eddie, Thank you for the detailed information. It seems that the problem is caused because feof() does not become true on ESTALE in getc(), so fgetsZ() does not return NULL, then it is retried en
How can delegate start as service in Windows XP Prof.
  03/11-23:44 . 4408  balram ghimire <> [173]
  It's works ! Thank you very much Mr. Yutaka Sato. It's great software (proxy) and work better and fast in windows. I had been using every stable release of Delegate since 5 or 6 years  till now. I k
Please help me this error ?
  03/12-20:02 . 4409 (Yutaka Sato) [51]
  Using the binary distribution for Linux "linux-dg" is recommended.
File Size depended routing. Is it possible?
  03/13-15:53 . 4410  Alex B <> [8]
  Hi, I've got 2 up links: one unlimited but slow, and another fast but expensive. So I'd like automatically route big files through slow link and small files through the fast link. Is it possible to
Please help me this error ?
  03/13-17:19 . 4411  "nutthawuth" <> [96]
  Dear Yutaka Thank you veryyy much. Now.. I can work its normal. But I have one question about transparent Proxy This my network diagram INTERNET <===
File Size depended routing. Is it possible?
  03/14-13:04 . 4412 (Yutaka Sato) [41]
  Hi, Routing hinted or controlled by application level intelligence is one of the interesting applications of DeleGate I thought originally on the beginning of the development 15 years ago. An intere
DeleGate/9.9.2 (STABLE) -- new stable version
  03/15-14:54 . 4413 (Yutaka Sato) [67]
  Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.9.2 (STABLE) -- new stable version This release includes many minor fixes to make DeleGate ver.9 sta
Delegate with NFS cache spool
  03/16-20:32 . 4414  Eddie Stassen <> [72]
  Hi Yakuta, Thank you very much, it works perfectly now! Regards, Eddie
File Size depended routing. Is it possible?
  03/16-22:08 . 4415  Alex B <> [49]
  Hi, I'm sorry, but I can't exactly understand all you wrote. So... May be near, but i can't catch RPORT parameter :( I've read the manual about RPORT. Yes. Very, very near, may be here. The main my
  03/17-15:50 . 4416 (Yutaka Sato) [91]
  Hi, I'm not sure what does "reading" people means, but if you can distinguish them with IP-address or domain or proxy authentication, you can select a route for them with the FORWARD parameter (gene
  03/17-16:07 . 4417 (Yutaka Sato) [31]
  Hi, If you can pre-determine which servers have heavy data, you can use the list of such servers to do routing as this: FORWARD="delegate://slow-link-gw:8888-_-*:heavy-servers:*" HOSTLIST=heavy-serv
  03/17-19:16 . 4418  Alex B <> [21]
  Hi, It's impossible: Most of people are reading but sometimes become downloading... Interesting, but usable only as auxiliary method. Can I write anything like this? MOUNT="http://*.long-fies = MAST
POP3S-to-PO3P Proxy
  03/17-20:07 . 4419  Kevin Richter <> [18]
  Hi, I tried to use Delegate as a POP3s to POP3 proxy with the following config: SERVER=pop MOUNT="//*%S/%S pop://*%(1)" STLS="fcl" It works. But delegate forces me to use the
  03/17-22:50 . 4420 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
  Hi, You don't need a patch but you can do it with MOUNT="* pop://*" Or, more simply as this SERVER=pop:// without MOUNT. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <
TCP to HTTP encapsulation
  03/18-00:57 . 4421  Emerson Gomes <> [49]
  First of all, thanks a lot for writting such a useful piece of software, it's everything I dreamed of a proxy server :) My question, is it possible to use pure HTTP to encapsulate TCP connections? I
  03/18-09:19 . 4422 (Yutaka Sato) [38]
  Hi, HTMUX (with CAPSKEY) might be near to the feature what you described but the usage of it is strongly restricted not to be utilized maliciously, for example to make backdoor or to break restricti
File Size depended routing. Is it possible?
  03/18-10:09 . 4423 (Yutaka Sato) [44]
  I'm not sure what is your "reading" but it seems "browsing usual pages" without downloding large files. And uploading seems not problem. MOUNT="* = MASTER=slow-link-gw:8888" MOUNT="*%S.avi = M
POP3S-to-PO3P Proxy
  03/20-09:01 . 4424  Kevin Richter <> [45]
  Hi, big thanks! It works perfectly! Bye Kevin Yutaka Sato schrieb:
Please help me this error ?
  03/20-22:34 . 4425 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
  Hi, If it works as you expected then it is right otherwise it is wrong. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industri
Block url path
  03/24-19:02 . 4426  "Robin Fagerlund" <> [11]
  Hi! Through a delegate SOCKS or TCPRELAY i would like to deny specific path's, eg. permit: deny: Is this possible? br/Robin
  03/24-20:38 . 4427 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
  Hi, No. Controlling access based on URL in HTTP is only possible by MOUNT option of DeleGate as a HTTP proxy, and it requires MITM for HTTPS/SSL. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <>
ftps fails to work with client side ssl
  03/31-10:18 . 4428  Jacob Lundberg <> [29]
  Hi, Thanks for the new version! I don't have specific numbers but 9.9.2 seems to set up the connection much faster when using the Microsoft ftps client. This is good news. Apparently some Checkpoint
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