chaining proxys

Eating Before Swimming (mathboy@sizone.org)
Fri, 16 May 1997 00:11:23 -0400 (EDT)


A number of people Ihave working on our keyspaces want to pool our
efforts under one domain in the rankings. We would obviously do this
by running a proxy.

I have that bit down fine.

The thing I need to know how to do is CHAIN proxies. Most of our effort
is NOT behind a firewall but a small portion is. How can I chain
the proxies together (httpd to httpd that is)? Is there an Apache
directive to chain http proxying together? I can see this being
useful in a real network where development network is firewalled from
the main corporate network firewalled from the internet. I am sure such
exist and proxies exist for this, and so this should be possible.

Any ideas? anyone doing this?

Watch out onenet.net, we're gonna beatcha as #1 non-.edu effort! ;)
(the whole deschall effort isnt about competition, but if a friendly
competitive air is generated which gets MORE machines online, then
what the hoek!)

/kc

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