I wasn't trying to accelerate SSL. I was just trying to figure out how
to get the authentication screen to come up. After looking at a couple of
things it appeared like there was a port conflict so I just changed
the configuration for the port the authentication listens on.

The issue is I think something is very wrong and I can't put my finger
on it. This should be a no brainer to setup and it's turning into a
quixotic quest.

Rob Aronson, President
Perfect Networks, Inc
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>>> Craig Johnson<craigsj@ix.netcom.com> 2/13/2003 3:02:19 PM >>>

In article <EfU2a.1417$Hm3.527@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, wrote:
> I don't believe you can accellerate SSL, and especially not on

another
> port. Try setting up generic proxy for the SSL port. Thats how we

are
> doing iFolder and NetStorage.
>

You can use reverse proxy for SSL, though it will not cache the data.
You
cannot reverse proxy SSL and change port numbers (I've tried).

Craig Johnson
Novell Support Connection SysOp
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