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LC> Client <---> GateWay  <---> WebServer

LC> Now I need the ProxyMachine (Linux box which is not yet connected anywhere
LC> on the network) to be able to intercept ALL HTTP requests to the webserver
LC> and then modify the request and send it to the actual webserver. I have
LC> never used transparent proxying before, but I need to be able to do this
LC> WITHOUT any kind of administrative change on the GateWay OR the WebServer.

Transparent proxy is kernel-level configuration and you need to have
administrative control over that gateway that does transparent proxying.

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Meelis Roos (mroos@linux.ee)
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