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These options of vport and protocol are valid in the accelerator
mode(reverse-mode) whereas i am using the forward mode.

On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 10:30 AM, Amos Jeffries <squid3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 13/04/2012 10:50 p.m., Ahmed Talha Khan wrote:
>>
>> Hey Amos,
>> I made headway with the the problem :).. I think the looping is
>> happening because squid is proxying the https port traffic onto http
>> port on the way out.
>>
>> clientt----https=443---------->squid---------http=80----->origin server
>>
>> I can see the external connection being setup-ed on port 80 whereas it
>> should have been on port 443. That is why the server keeps sending me
>> back the same url to re-direct to.. This is my theory...What do you
>> think about it? Also how i can make squid to output the original port
>> 443  traffic on port 443 when connecting to the external servers...i
>> could see something you mentioned to another guy here
>>
>>
>> http://squid-web-proxy-cache.1019090.n4.nabble.com/squid-3-1-endless-loop-IIS-webserver-td4465329.html
>>
>>
>> This example was a reverse proxy example and might not work for
>> me...Any suggestions? I think we are about to crack it !!:)
>
>
> The problem there seemed to be caused by the cache_peer being a plain-HTTP
> link.
>
> Your seems to be more a matter of the URL interpretation not being quite
> right. "vport=443" and/or "protocol=https" might work.
>
> Amos



-- 
Regards,
-Ahmed Talha Khan



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