Subject: Re: pushing wad/pac with dhcp/dns for proxy autoconfiguration
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Luke Mewburn <lukem@NetBSD.org>
Date: 07/01/2004 07:27:06
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On Wed, Jun 30, 2004 at 06:17:40PM +0700, Amadeus wrote:
| Hello again,
| I recently found out about the wonderful world of "Autoconfiguration" i=
| browsers for proxying.
| At the moment I'm entering manually the proxy to all cleint browsers, w=
| is a headache.
| Following many sources I have tried the following:
| wpad.dat on wpad.domain.org
| (specifying the script manually works, so the script is not a problem)
| option wpad code 252 text;
| option wpad "http://wpad.domain.org/wpad.dat"
I have been successfully using WPAD for a long time,
via DNS only. My Windows hosts do get their IP address,
domain-name, DNS servers (etc) from DHCP though.
| Trying to retrieve:
| is successful manually. Using the IP works as well.
Are you sending your domain name via DHCP;
options domain-name "domain.org";
Is there a "wpad" entry in the domain that the Windows host is in?
| I even added the following in httpd.conf for apache:
| AddType application/x-ns-proxy-autoconfig .dat
I didn't need to bother with that.
You _may_ need to ensure that the web server is setup as
a HTTP/1.0 "real IP" address server not a HTTP/1.1 virtual
| All of which fails to work.
| Checking apache's logs, the wpad.dat file is never even queried.
| Any ideas what to do?
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