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Topic # 151555 28-Aug-2014 22:53
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I'm having some issues with a site, and 210.55.212.193 (which is not the IP of the Spark connection I am on) keeps showing up in the troubleshooting.

Can someone (Peter?) tell me if that's in the proxy farm?




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  Reply # 1117614 28-Aug-2014 22:59
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210.55's are. I'd need to check that the rest of that address is in the Static pool.



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  Reply # 1117616 28-Aug-2014 23:02
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Is there a way of getting a site blocked from being cached?






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  Reply # 1117621 28-Aug-2014 23:19
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Lias: Is there a way of getting a site blocked from being cached?


Provide correct http headers requesting no cache when serving the page.

Or request it with the no cache directive.

or use https so they cant cache it.




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  Reply # 1117710 29-Aug-2014 08:35
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richms:
Lias: Is there a way of getting a site blocked from being cached?


Provide correct http headers requesting no cache when serving the page.

Or request it with the no cache directive.

or use https so they cant cache it.


Having "no-cache" in the http header is no guarantee a website won't be cached. Proxy's can simply ignore this flag. I believe this was part of the issue which caused the recent issues with using unblock services and Netflix for a number of ISP's in New Zealand.

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  Reply # 1117845 29-Aug-2014 12:02
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Yes you can ask them to put the site on a bypass list so they won't cache the site. See my post here:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=151099

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