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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: February 12, 2019, 05:35:33 PM »
Hello Rejetto,

Thanks for fixing this bug.
I have now downloaded hfs24rc2.exe and it works great.
Even with the full host + domain name.

Thanks for the quick fix.

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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: February 11, 2019, 04:11:37 PM »
Hello Rejetto,

I got your reply from my e-mail. And I have sent you my answer:

The hang on "requesting" is exactly the problem which I am experiencing.
I see a connection is established and then "requesting" and then nothing.
There is no answer from HFS.



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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: February 10, 2019, 07:01:57 PM »
I have sent the full HTTP GET request to your e-mail address.
I believe it is to large and that is the reason why HFS doesn't answer.
It would be great if you find a solution that HFS ignores the large cookie.

Thanks.

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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: February 05, 2019, 01:37:57 PM »
I have now created the file HFS.Events and put it in the same directory of hfs.exe.
The content of HFS.Events:

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[+download]
{.remove header|ETag.}
{.remove header|Set-cookie.}
[+request]
{.remove header|ETag.}
{.remove header|Set-cookie.}

And then I have restarted hfs.

But the problem is not solved.
When I use the full domain name hfs doesn't answer because the HTTP GET request is to large.

Did I miss something?

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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: January 30, 2019, 11:34:00 AM »
Hello,

Any idea?

Is there a limit how large the HTTP GET request is allowed for HFS?
Can this be configured somewhere?
Is there some setting in HFS that any cookie will be ignored?

Thanks.


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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: January 25, 2019, 09:21:59 AM »
I found the problem.

When I use the full domain name to make the connection the browser sends a large cookie because part of the domain name matches.
It seems that HFS doesn't like that.
It gets a very large HTTP GET request with the cookie and doesn't answer that.
When I delete all cookies or open a private browsing window with no cookies it works with the full hostname.

When I use only the IP address or the short hostname the browser doesn't send the cookie and it works.

Is there a limit how large the HTTP GET request is allowed for HFS?
Or what can I do to make it work?

Always deleting all cookies is not a useful option.
The problem is that HFS should be available for several other people working on the same network using similar cookies.
I can tell them to only use a private browsing window, but that is a little bit cumbersome. People tend to forget that and then ask me why my server is not working.
It would things make easier if HFS would simply ignore the cookie no matter how large it is.

I have attached the HTTP GET request where I have blacked (or whited) the cookie data to avoid sending any sensitive information.
You can then get a glimpse of the problem.

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Bug reports / Re: HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: January 24, 2019, 09:54:04 PM »
Sorry, but I don't understand.
Why should I have to use an external proxy server to connect to HFS?

I am working on my windows system where HFS is installed and is running.
From exactly this windows system I open a browser and access HFS.

http ://localhost works
http ://<shorthostname> works
http ://<ip address> works

http: //<longhostname> doesn't work (why??)

When I do:

ping <shorthostname> it resolves to <ipaddress>.
ping <longhostname> it resolves to <ipaddress>.

Both pings give exactly the same IP address. The IP address of my windows system where HFS is running.

Why then is http: //<longhostname> not working? The HFS log window shows that a connection is established. But HFS does then do nothing. It doesn't reply to the connection. And I don't know why.
Why should I use an external proxy on my on system to access HFS with <longhostname>?
There is no external router involved.

Sorry, but this doesn't make any sense to me.

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Bug reports / HFS is not working with hostname plus domain name
« on: January 24, 2019, 05:33:27 PM »
Hello,

I have a strange problem with HFS 2.3m.
On my windows system I can access HFS with the following URLs:

http ://localhost
http ://<host> (onle the first part of the hostname)
http ://<ip address>

But when I enter the whole hostname including the domain like <host.domain1part.domain2part.com> it doesn't work.

http ://<host.domain1part.domain2part.com>
is not working.

DNS is able to resolve the full name.
In the HFS window I see that a connection is established but it looks like there is no answer from HFS for whatever reasons.
The browser tries again and again.
I see that new connections are established again and again.

What do I miss here?
Is there some setting in HFS which is needed for the full hostname?

I have tried different browsers like Firefox 64.0.2 and Internet Explorer 11.
But it is not working with the full hostname.

Thanks.

Regards,
Gagome

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