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[Openvpn-devel] Better understanding Proxy.c vs Socks.c


  • Subject: [Openvpn-devel] Better understanding Proxy.c vs Socks.c
  • From: webmaster <uni-webmaster@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 17:28:16 +0200

Hi,

is it right, that proxy.c only is needed to establish a connection via the proxy. After that the communication is done via Socks.c?

And what does

/* format Socks CONNECT message */
 buf[0] = '\x05';        /* VER = 5 */
 buf[1] = '\x01';        /* CMD = 1 (CONNECT) */
 buf[2] = '\x00';        /* RSV */
 buf[3] = '\x03';        /* ATYP = 3 (DOMAINNAME) */

in socks.c mean? Is there any documentation on this?

Greetings

Ullrich

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