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Question about HTTP/1.1 and proxy servers

From: Babin, Francois (F.F.) <francois.babin.fbabin@nortel.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 16:03:40 +0100
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Hi,

As I don't seem to get any answer to my question within the usenet, you
might
be able to help me here.

Is there any way, on the server side, to identify if a request
originated by an http
client has passed through a proxy ? Is there anything that a proxy
changes within
the HTTP request/header before forwarding it that could be used ?

Many thx in advance
rgds,
- Francois Babin
Nortel Europe SA
francois_babin@nortel.com
(+33) 1 41 99 18 71
Received on Wednesday, 1 October 1997 08:51:18 UTC

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