HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is the protocol most commonly used to transfer information around the World Wide Web.

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Apache2 Web Server In Linux Ubuntu

I'm trying to create a web server on my linux virtual machine. It all OK, but when I try to access it from internet via my public IP address, I just see a loading page in my browser. I have tried ...
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Steam constantly timeouts

Surface Pro 3 i5 4GB RAM, Windows 8.1 I cannot update steam or any installed games. They all download very slowly (<10kb/s) and then fail and reset. Attached is the log from the C:\Program Files ...
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HTTP/2 has much higher TTFB than HTTP/1.1

Has anyone else experience this issue with HTTP/2 on IIS10. I have a VM set up on Azure with a Website on IIS10. I've set up SSL etc. and tested the site on HTTP/2, turned off SSL and tested it on ...
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Downloading a file from website - what port will be used?

If I go to a website and click on a link to download a file, what will be the protocol that is being use? Is it still HTTP? Will the source port and destination port remain the same? E.g. client (src ...
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Difference between pinging with and without http://

I am trying to ping my website http://www.example.com/ and it resolves to an unknown IP address and times out. PING http://www.example.com/ (198.105.254.228): 56 data bytes Request timeout for ...
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Run custom command instead of browser when clicking http(s) links

I am running a Fedora desktop with virtualised Windows 7 for certain programs that are needed for my daily work. One annoyance is that links in programs try to open with the default browser inside the ...
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Can't solve mysterious 20 seconds http delay

I read a few similar questions, but they seem to be always different somehow. The situation here is very puzzling: for a handful of websites, I get a roughly 20 seconds delay when requesting any page ...
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download file in Linux console from server that use redirection

First of all, I just don't want to change name of curl's output file. The great example is http://www.getsoloapp.com/download. When you do: curl http://www.getsoloapp.com/download you download html. ...
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Is it safe to register on an HTTP webpage when I am using VPN?

I only register (make an account/login stuff) on HTTPS webpages. However, a webpage I wanted to register right now doesn't use HTTPS. I am wondering if I am connected to my company VPN, is it safe to ...
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How to host web server without tunneling or port forwarding? [closed]

I have a local web server that I would like to make public but our ISP doesn't allow port forwarding and conventional tunneling services (ngrok, proxylocal, etc.) are much slower than port forwarding ...
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Manipulation of HTTPS method in telnet

I have a problem properly creating a GET request and send in telnet. Generally I want to send something like this: telent www.example.com 443(Press enter) Then: GET / HTTP/1.1 (here i try to go to ...
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curl ignore --data starting with @ sign: don't read from file

In slack you can script slackbot to post messages to a channel like this: curl --data "$msg" $'https://<yourteam>.slack.com/services/hooks/slackbot?token=<yourtoken>&channel=#random' ...
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Cannot clone repo on windows fatal: unable to access. The requested URL returned error: 403

I have set up Gerrit repository on non-standard port 10002. I have generated my HTTP password in Gerrit. I can successfully clone this repo over HTTP protocol on Unix machines and on most of ...
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Whats the technical difference between sending a webpage request and sending an email?

I need some clarity on this topic. Here is what I understand: a webpage request initiates a DNS lookup and once domain name is resolved into an IP address, browser sends a request to that IP address ...
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How do I log out with HTTP Basic?

Browsers rarely make it easy to log out of a site once you've logged on with HTTP Basic authentication. How can I do this? (This form of authentication is rarely used on the public web, but the ...
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See real IP through HTTP Proxy

I'm setting a HTTP Proxy in a Java Application. In that application I test wether the proxy is working by querying http://api.ipify.org/. However, I get my real IP address back instead of the one of ...
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wget converting http but not https links for offline use

I am trying to download a website for offline use using the following wget command on an Ubuntu machine: wget --recursive --background --adjust-extension --continue --page-requisites --convert-links ...
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Using curl to simulate Internet Explorer's auto logon

I have a webpage on my intranet in which Internet Explorer can automatically login using whatever user is logged in the network. How can I use curl (or: what are the HTTP headers I need) in order to ...
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Craft HTTP GET on Mac to get file

So I'm trying to download a file on my mac but the requirements to get the file are very strict: Username: testx Password: testing123 Authorization You can craft the ...
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download file via http only if changed since last update

I need to download a file from a HTTP server, but only if it changed since the last time I downloaded it (e.g. via the If-Modified-Since header). I also need to use a custom name for the file on my ...
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How to send Http Delete Request with json content inside it

I am using Firefox addon HttpRequester to send HTPP Delete Request with json content inside it but after generating the request, it is completely ignoring the content data passed in the request. So ...
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Does HTTP/2 run over 3g even when there's deep packet Inspection being done by the operator against other protocols? [closed]

I'm building an app that is going to run on mobile devices which will connect exclusively over 2g or 3g, and I haven't found any answer to my question by Googling and looking in remote places of the ...
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Why does HTTP/2 have more latency over 3g?

I'm thinking about transitioning to the new HTTP/2 protocol, but a doubt has arisen. For a thing HTTP/2 advocates latency reduction, but I'm seeing the opposite really. When I load the Akamai demo it ...
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If HTTP runs on a port, does that mean TCP can also run on that port?

I'm building an app that needs to run on a mobile smartphone over a GPRS/3G network. I'm doing bit ops, so every byte wasted through HTTP headers is bad. Mobile providers in my area make heavy use of ...
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Upgrading Apache http server 2.0 directly to 2.4

I have gone through several suggestions online for upgrading Apache HTTP server 2.0 to 2.2 and then 2.2 to 2.4. But I want to somehow upgrade Apache HTTP server from 2.0 directly to 2.4. How it can be ...
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Wireshark loopback on mac os x [closed]

I have selected loopback (in capture options) to capture http traffic on my localhost server, but everytime I do and HTTP I only can see TCP.
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How to download text version of website?

How can I download the text version of a website? I need to do that using http raw protocol, e.g. telnet. However, I have no idea. Any hint?
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Some sites does not work with IPv6

I have a IPv6 problem. I'm running native dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 and most sites works just fine over IPv6, but some sites won't load. Any idea what can cause this? I have tried to reduce the MTU, but ...
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Reverse proxy to put header value as parameter to url

I need to set up reverse proxy which will put header value from original request as a parameter to the destination url. The reason for this is purelly application specific and unfortunatelly I cannot ...
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Why is HTTP Negotiate authentication so restricted in Firefox? [closed]

According to Microsoft, the Negotiate method of HTTP authentication, is the "strongest (most secure) available protocol" Yet browsers like Firefox require you to add a special exception in ...
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how to surpress “protocol handler” pop up for anonymous\incognito chrome?

I'm running an automation on mac and on ubunto (using cucumber, selenium web driver, junit) during the automation I click a link with non http protocol an "External protocol request" popup appears. ...
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why does my local hosts file enable me to see remote server php files?

I have a hosting package with some company. They give me a temporary URL at which I can access the site and see HTML files. But when I try to access PHP files it gave me an error (500 Internal Server ...
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Google Drive not responding with size for file download

I have two zip files hosted on Google Drive that are publicly accessible over the internet. They are here and here. For some reason, the first file is not returning the content-Length header with the ...
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Apache2 streaming over HTTP

I have a server with lot of media files. Actually, I have an apache2 installed on the server, and I use it to do some streaming of video and audio files. This is working fine, with status-code 206 ...
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How to download files from Website using bash [closed]

I am trying to download a collection of files from a website. Where the collection is drawn from "TAGS". I have tried using many combinations of wget and bash scripts with no luck. Each file is nested ...
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Hide HTTP Destination with a Raspbery Pi

I wanna realize some kind of WebServer or Proxy on my Raspberry Pi that hides the real http requests from any firewall. Following scenario: computer@school --Request--> myRPi --Request--> ...
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Why is Port Forwarding HTTP from a Public IP Failing on Windows 8.1 Update (IIS 8.5)?

I have three Windows hosts on the same private LAN, each hosting an IIS default website. One host is running Windows 7 Pro, while the other two are running Windows 8.1 Update Version 6.3 (Build ...
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Send HTTP request with parameters file

My question is very simple : is it possible to send a HTTP request from the *nix command line specifying a file, containing all the parameters, as an argument? In REST APIs documentation, we often ...
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If you block all incoming connections, how can you still use the internet?

If your ISP or firewall is blocking all incoming connections, how can web servers still send you data to your browser? You send the request (outgoing) and server sends data (incoming). If you block ...
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Can only access sites using https, what could cause this? [closed]

Anyone know what could possibly going on here? This has been going on with my home network since yesterday and my ISP has no idea what's going on. Through all my devices (phone, laptop, desktop), I ...
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Why do I see empty header on router login page?

I'm using a SagemCom DSL Modem to connect to the internet. I want to see the source code of the login form that appears as a popup. Additionally I'm interested to see the cookies being stored by the ...
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Download all contents of a directory automatically?

Here you can see a directory that contains some sub-directory and there a a lot of PDF files. Is there any way to download all of them automatically?
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bash- how can I use wget to send POST data with files?

I want to make following POST request to my server using wget: email=abc@abc.com&file1=@FILE_HERE&file2=@FILE_HERE In above request, there are three POST parameteres called email , file1 ...
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Fast http tunnel through transparent http proxy

I want to create a fast http tunnel through a very restrictive firewall (BLOXX). As far as I know only TCP port 80 is allowed going through a transparent proxy. Https traffic is also captured, working ...
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Seeking via http protocol m3u8 file and preloading

I have m3u8 + ts files on server. ffmpeg -i http://example.org/dir/index.m3u8 -c:v copy -f flv - this command, helps to read the full array of ts files. I have two main problems. ffmpeg receives ...
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Apache responds to anything as if GET / is sent

Apache exposes some strange behaviour, it seems to react to anything as if a GET / was sent, instead of giving me a "Bad Request" error: [bf@bf-laptop-tbwb ~]$ telnet www.myserver.com 80 Trying ...
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Cannot connect to internal IP address from external IP address

I just installed the Apache2 webserver on my Raspberry Pi, and tried to forward port 80 & 443 to it. It has the internal IP 10.0.0.11. The Raspberry Pi is behind two routers. (router-IP ...
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Cross-platform Download Manager for Windows and Fedora [closed]

I'm looking for a software that can be used for downloading files in different Internet Protocols (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP). The software must be able to continue downloads even if the computer has been ...
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Opening port 80 in router and Tor network doesn't work

I closed port 80 in my router . now when I type "192.168.1.1" to browser, I can't access the page of router settings to change settings and open port 80. Also 443 , 8088 ports open and 8080 has been ...
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How to add authentication to closed-source server?

The software for the TV tuner in my Windows7 HTPC runs an HTTP server that allows me to control and stream TV in my browser. However, there is no authentication, which is fine for the LAN but not for ...