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#1: Proxy requests - which source IP?

Posted on 2008-04-08 01:02:43 by spam

Is there a way to control which source IP address is used to make proxy
requests (where multiple addresses are available - either multi-homed or
virtual interfaces)?

I'm looking for a command like "query-source" (from "BIND's named") or
"bindaddress" (from "Inn"). I haven't found one. Does one exist for
Apache? (It's OK of there are two commands; one for IPv4 and one for IPv6).
I'd like to fix outbound HTTP requests to a particular address for firewall
monitoring purposes.

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#2: Re: Proxy requests - which source IP?

Posted on 2008-04-11 05:35:25 by spam

"D. Stussy" <spam@bde-arc.ampr.org> wrote in message
news:fteak0$s89$2@snarked.org...
> Is there a way to control which source IP address is used to make proxy
> requests (where multiple addresses are available - either multi-homed or
> virtual interfaces)?
>
> I'm looking for a command like "query-source" (from "BIND's named") or
> "bindaddress" (from "Inn"). I haven't found one. Does one exist for
> Apache? (It's OK of there are two commands; one for IPv4 and one for
IPv6).
> I'd like to fix outbound HTTP requests to a particular address for
firewall
> monitoring purposes.

Since no one was able to answer the question, I opened a bug entry of type
"enhancement" for this issue at the apache.org web site.
https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=44806

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