At 09:37 AM 12/13/96 -0700, Robert Williams wrote:
You've got to rephrase the question in order for it to make any sense. For
example, here's what I think you're saying:
"When I connect to a site that requires a proper DNS reverse map, I get
Ok, then there's *ONLY ONE POSSIBILITY* - your firewall has NO VALID DNS
REVERSE LOOKUP. Fix that.
Now, if what you're REALLY saying is:
"When I connect to a site that requires a *proper E-Mail address for the
anonymous password prompt*"
You've got a different problem that's basically a restriction in the old
http-gw - it sends a fixed password string. 2.0 sends "httpgw @
What confuses me about your question is this part:
>employing the gopher/ftp function of http-gw, I notice that all of the
>growing number of FTP sites requireing reverse DNS mapping fail to connect,
>leaving only a message similar to the following in my syslog:
> Dec 10 00:00 myproxyhost authsrv: deny
>ftp-gw works just fine on the same machine.
I don't understand where authsrv gets involved..