In message <01BAF958 .
com>, Shoel Perelman writes:
>I have been using FWTK to proxy http, but now I realize that users want =
>to access shttp pages. Are there any "free" solutions like fwtk to do =
>this? I tried using plug-gw from fwtk to do this on port 443, but it =
>doesn't see to work. Has anybody successfully configured a shttp proxy? =
> If so, what package did you use? A "net" or "free" solution is what =
>I'm really looking for here...
Are you refering to SHTTP or SSL (HTTPS) pages ? We (SOS Corporation) are in the
final stages of testing of a product that does proxy-SSL on behalf of clients
that don't talk SSL natively; if your browsers DO talk SSL (like Netscape
Navigator), you can always use the CERN httpd with the SSL-proxy patch by
Ari Luotonen which allows your browsers to talk SSL with the remote servers
directly. SHTTP is another matter altogether; there are plans to add support
for it to the proxy WWW server, but not in the very near future.