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TuroEnromanuh

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Grzejniki Lazienkowe
« on: June 23, 2012, 02:15:24 AM »

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mod_security 2.6.6 for Apache 2.2.x & 2.4.x Released
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2012, 07:50:42 AM »

Announcing the release of mod_security 2.6.6 for Apache 2.2 and 2.4. This is primarily a security related release, see the CHANGES file included.

Binaries as always are available on our Download page.
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Testing ... this is just a test
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2012, 07:53:18 AM »

had this been an actual post, it might be worthy of reading
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Please Add: mod_websocket_tcp_proxy
« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2012, 08:22:27 AM »

Is it possible to compile this for apache ?
http://blog.alex.org.uk/2012/02/16/using-apache-websocket-to-proxy-tcp-connection/

It is a example of the apache-websocket.
What this does is: Proxy a websocket, so that application like nodejs will work at the same port as apache.
1: apache listen at port 80,
2: nodejs listen at port 8080,
3: http://localhost/chat.htm is a socket.io, and make a websocket connection to apache port 80 with the path http://localhost/socket.io/xxxxx
4: when apache detect the path /socket.io/, it will proxy this websocket connection to port 8080.
5: the nodejs get the request and response back.
6: the apache websocket proxy get the response, and send the result to the client.
7: the http://localhost/chat.htm display the result.

The latest source can be download at http://blog.alex.org.uk/wp-uploads/extility-libapache2-mod-websocket.tar.gz

I have look all over the internet, it seems mod_websocket_tcp_proxy is the only "modifed" module which proxy the websocket within apache.
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davidng

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mod_websocket_tcp_proxy
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2012, 08:23:44 AM »

Is it possible to compile this for apache ?
http://blog.alex.org.uk/2012/02/16/using-apache-websocket-to-proxy-tcp-connection/

It is a example of the apache-websocket.
What this does is: Proxy a websocket, so that application like nodejs will work at the same port as apache.
1: apache listen at port 80,
2: nodejs listen at port 8080,
3: http://localhost/chat.htm is a socket.io, and make a websocket connection to apache port 80 with the path http://localhost/socket.io/xxxxx
4: when apache detect the path /socket.io/, it will proxy this websocket connection to port 8080.
5: the nodejs get the request and response back.
6: the apache websocket proxy get the response, and send the result to the client.
7: the http://localhost/chat.htm display the result.

The latest source can be download at http://blog.alex.org.uk/wp-uploads/extility-libapache2-mod-websocket.tar.gz

I have look all over the internet, it seems mod_websocket_tcp_proxy is the only "modifed" module which proxy the websocket within apache.
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