[CentOS] Tomcat with squid username/password

lingu hicheerup at gmail.com
Sat Sep 20 19:29:51 UTC 2008


HI,

  If it is an squid proxy then you can bypass the tomcat server from the
squid using two steps.

1) using   url_regex   in squid

2) you can  masquerade that particular tomcat server ip using iptables on
the squid box  using iptables.

Regards,

Lingu

On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 8:28 AM, Harry Sukumar <hsukumar at bond.edu.au> wrote:

>  Hi,
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> I am trying to help my friend on this
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> Hi,
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> I have an application deployed on tomcat 5.5 with java 1.6.0_07.
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> Occasionally the application needs to connect through our proxy to the
> outside to collect patches.
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> I've added the following options to the JAVA_OPTS and restarted tomcat.
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> -Dhttp.proxyUser =username
> -Dhttp.proxyPassword =password
> -Dhttp.proxyHost=proxy.company.com.au
> -Dhttp.proxyPort=3128
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> Using snoop on the squid proxy I can see the requests, but the
> username/password combinations are not being sent and the tomcat
> application receives a 407/DENIED message.
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> Is there a reason the username/password are not being sent? Our squid
> proxy uses both NTLM and basic authentication.
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> thanks
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> Harry
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