TPACT: the Transparent Proxy Agent Control proTocol

3/26/99


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TPACT: the Transparent Proxy Agent Control proTocol

outline of our talk

part one

the book of genesis (c. 1993)

the book of numbers (c. 1995)

the book of numbers (c. 1996)

the book of exodus (c. 1997)

the book of peter (c. 1998)

the book of peter (c. 1998)

the book of jeremiah and alberto (5:58)

what control traffic?

part two

why write a standard?

why not snmp?

the new camel

redirection semantics

nat buzz

authentication

details, details (or, writing a standard is harder than it looks)

current status

part three

division of labor

freebsd implementation

experimental topology

ip filter limitations?

what you get is not what you see

squid implementation

operation in squid

direct/redirect example

anti-calamari (or, how to keep squid from getting fried)

thatís all, folks!

Author: Jeremy Elson

Email: jelson@circlemud.org

Home Page: http://www.circlemud.org/~jelson

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