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gautham kasinath
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Hi! I am trying to develop a proxy server.. any one there with a design..
I wrote a piece of code for the same but it is not working.
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Frank Carver
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Do you mean a proxy server for any particular protocol, or just a "port replicator" which forwards all traffic to another port?
What went wrong with the code you wrote? Did it give any errors or exceptions?


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gautham kasinath
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Hi! Well the code is something like a port forwarder.. well I am behind a proxy / firewall so I made my code connect to that proxy and my browser connect to my server.. what ever the request it is transferred to my connection with the proxy I am behind.. Here is the code:
added UBB CODE tags to help maintain code formatting
[This message has been edited by Frank Carver (edited January 10, 2001).]
 
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