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Q) Why does IE6 only want to download file when I try to use rabbit?
A) For some reason it seems that some versions
of IE6 don't have gzip support enabled by default. You should be able to turn
it on if you enable HTTP/1.1 for proxies and also enable the HTTP/1.1 extensions
for proxies (look in "Internet Options->Advanced Tab").
Q) How do I install rabbit as a windows service?
A) See the windows service page
Q) How do I make RabbIT only cache images/html-pages/mp3's?
A) You enable the rabbit.filter.DontCacheFilter
and configure it to your needs
Q) How do I make RabbIT block access to certain sites?
A) Enable the BlockFilter and configure it to your needs. An example configuration may look like this: "blockURLmatching=(\.sex\.|[-.]ad(s?)\.)". Which should block some advertising.
Q) How do I enable a new filter?
A) It depends on the type of filter.
Q) How do I make RabbIT filter encrypted sessions (https)?
A) You do not, RabbIT can only tunnel encrypted sessions.
Q) How do I make RabbIT tunnel encrypted sessions (https)?
A) This is the default mode of RabbIT. It is
controlled by the configuration option "allowSSL" found in the
"[rabbit.proxy.Proxy]" section. Allowed values are "yes",
"no" and giving a list of port numbers that are allowed.
Q) How do I change the NoAd.gif image?
A) In rabbit.conf change the line: adreplacer=http://$proxy/FileSender/public/NoAd.gif to your own file. If you want RabbIT to serve the file put it in the /path/to/rabbit/htdocs/public/ directory (which is where you will find NoAd.gif).
Q) How do I enable proxy authentication for all users?
A) Add the ProxyAuth class to the http in filters.
That is edit the line containing httpinfilters so it looks like this:
Q) Sites that use NTLM authentication does not work with IE
A) Try another browser that supports NTLM connections over a proxy like Mozilla/Firefox. It seems that IE will not even try to establish NTLM connections with rabbit so sadly there is nothing to fix in rabbit.
Q) How do I setup log rotation?
A) RabbIT uses standard java.util.logging so you can either configure this in rabbit.conf or you can pass a logging properties file on startup. See the section [logging] in the rabbit.conf file.
Q) How do I set a maximum size on the images that are converted?
A) Add the following to the convert arguments: "-resize 576x432>" (adjust the width and height to fit your screen. This is probably very useful if you use a pda.
Q) Why does rabbit use an external tool to convert images?
A) There are several reasons for this:
Q) How do I make RabbIT identify itself as "My own 1337 proxy"?
A) Edit the serverIdentity in rabbit.conf.