On 10.11.19 13:07, --Ahmad-- wrote:
>i have a severs who run java and we need to access it from IDRAC console .
>squid is 4.8 not able to get it work .
>always i have error of java prompt , Unable to launch application .
>if i use without proxy it work , if i use with squid it don’t work .
do you mean, if you configure proxy in java?
(java has own proxy settings)
If so, you should check squid logs first so see what requests have been
denied to your client IP.
probably your idrac console port is not alowed in squid, shouldbe
listed in ssl_ports probably.
On 12.11.19 16:20, --Ahmad-- wrote:
>i have HP server which access it over IDRAC https and need java support .
you don't need java support. Apparently your java needs to be configured
with proxy. And maybe the proxy needs to allow access to idrac ports.
for that you must have rejection in proxy logs.
>i have proxy in same lan .
>proxy ip is 10.0.0.200
>ip of Idrac is 10.0.0.70
>i can’t access Console of Idrac using squid , that’d what i need to do .
>i need to be ale to access server Console “ which need java” too .
>so not sure if its possible or not .
>again its over https so i believe its listed already in squid safe ports
>let me know your thoughts .
>> On Nov 10, 2019, at 10:55 PM, Matus UHLAR - fantomas <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> listed in ssl_ports probably.
On 14/11/19 6:09 pm, --Ahmad-- wrote:
> Hi Matus ,
> Here is Log file squid , there is no Denied At all !
> 1573682647.451 0 126.96.36.199 NONE/000 0 NONE
> error:transaction-end-before-headers - HIER_NONE/- -
These are the client connecting, doing nothing. Then closing the connection.
No Squid problem visible. Whatever is going wrong is in the client
software. We see these a lot with "Happy Eyeballs" connections, so maybe
no problem at all there.
On 19/11/19 4:58 pm, --Ahmad-- wrote:
> Hello Amos , Are you able to help me out ?
Apart from what Matus has already mentioned ...
* the Java traceback shows TCP socket setup is timing out.
* Squid access.log is showing those NONE transactions opening sockets
then timing out before any data arrives.
I would do a packet trace of the TCP the client software is sending to
Squid to find out what is happening to those TCP sockets.
* Are they actually going to Squid or elsewhere?
* Are the SYN+ACK packets getting back to the client software?