A famous ISP use NAT + proxy fot http protocol. Obviously https can’t be cached, so a proxy isn’t so usefull as in http. Nothing extrange by the moment.

This ISP didn’t use NAT for https, and here comes the problem, if you’re connected with that ISP you may present a different IP to a webserver if you use single http or https, ’cause you IP it’s being translated by NAT on http and don’t on https. Yes! two differents IP for a single machine…

If you’re a ISP customer may you don’t feel this as an error, but if you’re webmaster -as I ‘m- you go crazy following sessions with two diffrents IP’s. .. damn ISP. It’s so difficult use NAT for everything ? or didn’t at all?

I’m using NAT at home, for my internal LAN -over all protocols used- and goes fine. Yes, I know it’s no the same, but again:

  • It’s so difficult use NAT for everything ? or didn’t at all?

Again explaining how Apache runs, what means each directive, … and so on.

I really don’t mind to do it once, twice, as much as needed, really don’t mind. In fact, I made up my mind to release new pages for my http section..

I gonna writte a traslation for Apache Perfoance Notes and maybe I writte a little note about Process Creation, wich is one the most understanded stuff, at least for my colleagues.

It would nice to found time enough to writte something about diferencies betwen 1.3.x and 2.x developtment branches. Not original, but I wan to focus on it thinking on tunning if you’re upgrading.

Hi first post on a weblog use to be quite stupid.

As a declaration: I work administering software on Linux boxes and Yesterday night I was working updating a server, and I’m still down… I want to sleep, just a few minutes, when I leave the office, do know we’re I run to?

… yes, to bed, to sleep.

I hope this would help me to improve my english.