Michael B Allen
mba2000 at ioplex.com
Thu Aug 18 01:01:59 GMT 2005
On Wed, 17 Aug 2005 22:30:52 +0100
"O'ROURKE, Tom, FM IT" <tom.orourke at rbos.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply
> We have NTLM authentication on our proxies (global policy), web sites are
> not NTLM, ie I am trying to get to a plain SSL web site. If I use http it is
> ok, if I use https I get the below tunnelling error.
> I have the NTLM authentication working to get through the proxies to get to
> a seired internet site, my trouble is trying to get to an SSL site.
Well I thought this worked. Maybe it only works if both NTLM and SSL are at the same site as opposed to NTLM on the proxy and SSL on the target. Although I should think that would work as well.
I think you have to get a packet capture to see what's going on. If you don't know the NTLM HTTP protocol you can send the capture to me.
> > I have a working HTTP client through our NTLM proxies - this is fine.
> > However I need to be able to get to an HTTPS site, can I do this ?
> > I am using version JCIFS.1.2.1
> > The error I currently get is :
> > Exception in thread "main" java.io.IOException: Unable to tunnel
> > through proxy. Proxy returns "HTTP/1.0 407 Proxy Authentication
> > Required"
> This is proxy authentication not SSL. What exact type of proxy
> authentication is being used? Does the plain HTTP client work through the
> proxy? Try going to a non-NTLM site through the proxy to test that. I think
> you might need to provide separate credentials for the proxy and then NTLM
> credentials for the NTLM site.
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