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Old 09-04-2007, 06:38 PM   #16
win32sux
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Okay I think I found a problem in my technique. My tests indicate that for a URL to be handed-over to the redirector it must first pass through the ACLs (seems obvious in retrospect, hehe). In the example I gave you, I created an ACL which would only allow the .yourcgiproxy.com (.marioweb.no-ip.org) site. So any other site you enter would get an Access Denied from that ACL *before* redirection can occur. The fix should be easy if I'm not mistaken:

Remove this line:
Code:
acl cgiproxy dstdomain .yourcgiproxy.com
And change this line:
Code:
http_access allow localhost cgiproxy
To this:
Code:
http_access allow localhost

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