On Fri, 29 Jan 1999, Dan Ryan wrote:
> Here is Digex' responce to the error you sent. Are you trying to publish
> to a site or where you just testing the HTTP extensions?
No, and no. I was just searching with AltaVista and reading Slashdot.
> Forwarded Message
> As for the other error, that is caused by the traffic server not
> recognizing the httpver command. The traffic server will support most
> http commands, but does not support many of the HTTP publishing
> extensions at this time. This is partly due to the fact that HTTP
> publishing is usually very rare and only done on/across an internal
> network due to security reasons...and ftp/scp is the prefered method.
> If you would like to have certain individual sites opened up to allow
> HTTP publishing you can relay that information (the specific IP
> addresses) back to me and I will make modifications to allow for such.
> <HEAD><TITLE>Httpver Not Supported</TITLE></HEAD>
> <BODY BGCOLOR="white" FGCOLOR="black"><H1>Httpver Not Supported</H1><HR>
> <FONT FACE="Helvetica,Arial"><B>
> <!-- (This "Httpver Not Supported" response (HTTP status 505) comes from
> a Traf
> I can only assume that everyone else on digex.net had the same
> experience today. Me, I set up a crude web-proxy (a shell script) on a
> machine connected through PSINet and used that. But not everyone has
> this luxury.
> -----End of forwarded message-----
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