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[NEW BUG] proxy ntlm_auth fails when downgraded to HTTP/1.0

From: Simon Putz <siputz_at_ironport.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 16:11:05 +0100


I'm working on a case with a mutual customer and I've got the problem
that svn FIN's the connection when our proxy
replies with the 407 HTTP/1.0 containing the NTLM negotiate headers.

Looks like SVN ignores the proxy-connection:keep-alive header.

For ntlm auth to suceed the authentication must happen on the same socket.

I've already filed a bug on our side for downgrading the client to
HTTP/1.0 which is valid as per RFC, but doesn't do any good.

I used svn, version 1.4.6 (r28521) compiled Feb 29 2008, 15:39:52 while
repro'ing this.
Could someone check if this is still present in the latest (1.5) version
and/or point me at where in the svn code I can find the NTLM related
auth stuff?

I've attached a packet capture for reference.


Simon Putz

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