Re: Apache log entries

From: David (thunderbolt01@netscape.net)
Date: 02/28/03


From: David <thunderbolt01@netscape.net>
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 00:11:19 GMT

Kim S. Poulsen wrote:
>
>>Kim S. Poulsen wrote:
>>
--snip--
>>>Does anybody know what is the "\x05\x01\" is supposed to do?
>>>xxx.xx.dk 200.46.116.62 - - [23/Feb/2003:21:58:44 +0100] "CONNECT
>>>200.24.139.146:25 HTTP/1.0" 200 849 "-" "-"
>>>xxx.xx.dk 200.46.116.62 - - [24/Feb/2003:01:43:41 +0100] "\x05\x01"
>>>200 849 "-" "-"
>>>xxx.xx.dk 200.46.116.62 - - [24/Feb/2003:02:23:47 +0100] "\x05\x01"
>>>200 849 "-" "-"
>>
--snip--
>>211.94.240.27 - - [16/Feb/2003:03:03:27 -0600] "\x04\x01" 501 -
>>211.94.240.27 - - [16/Feb/2003:03:03:48 -0600] "\x05\x01" 501 -
>>211.94.240.27 - - [16/Feb/2003:03:03:51 -0600] "CONNECT
>>207.46.181.13:25 HTTP/1.1" 405 313
--snip--
>
> Thanks for your answer.
> Yes I have noticed the 200 response. I have tried sending the code
> "x05\x01" by telnet and the only thing I see is the HTML code listed
> from the web page.
>
> The xxx.xx.dk 200.46.116.62 - - [23/Feb/2003:21:58:44 +0100]
> "CONNECT200.24.139.146:25 HTTP/1.0" 200 849 "-" "-" , error code is
> wrong (my port 25 is blocked by the ISP routers). I have read
> somewhere it's PHP module bug.
>
> But I'm still wondering about the \x05\x01\, I haven't been able to
> find something in english about it. A lot in russian and Dutch :-)

This may not be any help any but then you never know.

apache/error_log
[Sun Feb 16 03:03:27 2003] [error] [client 211.94.240.27] Invalid
method in request \x04\x01
[Sun Feb 16 03:03:48 2003] [error] [client 211.94.240.27] Invalid
method in request \x05\x01

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