setting http proxy bypass??
[1/3] from: doug:vos:eds at: 3-Oct-2000 11:13
How do I set up: system/schemes/http/proxy/bypass: ?? Is it looking for a string or a block of strings? What about "*.domain.com" In other words Use the firewall/proxy for everything but ["*.eds.com" "*.gm.com"]
[2/3] from: petr::krenzelok::trz::cz at: 3-Oct-2000 17:40
> How do I set up: > > system/schemes/http/proxy/bypass: ?? > > Is it looking for a string or a block of strings? > What about "*.domain.com" > In other words > Use the firewall/proxy for everything but ["*.eds.com" "*.gm.com"]
I use following setting here: system/schemes/default/proxy/bypass: ["orion.sec.trz.cz"] HTH, -pekr-
[3/3] from: doug:vos:eds at: 3-Oct-2000 12:30
What if you have several hundred (or even thousand) hosts "inside" the firewall. You should be able to specify a tld - top level domain, eh? system/schemes/default/proxy/bypass: ["eds.com"] or system/schemes/http/proxy/bypass: ["eds.com" "gm.com"] ;for web servers inside the firewall Why should the product work differently than Netscape? Any good reason?