NIT Computer Science Project Report on HTTP Proxy Server

Introduction to HTTP Proxy Server Project:

This existing system is the system which enable the user to access the internet even when the user is not connected to the internet service or the wireless connection. This uses a command prompt which also uses an existing port for running both the files and the application at the same time. So here the direct connection can be done and the entire user connection request can be even accepted.

This server has the transaction like the HTTP transaction which has the sub types like the sample request, response, proxies etc… HTTP transactions are called as the collectivity and also the resources. It is established by the TCP/IP protocols and their sockets too. Sample request are just the web page addresses. Responses are the results and the answers that are given by the TCP servers. A proxy contains the requests that are sending to outrival by the users.

The specifications of the existing system are the Linux Operating system and the language used is the C language. Server ports are also used here to connect to the internet service. Comments are just the complaints and the answers that are given by the users and other people.  The other contents that are included in the HTTP proxy server are the connections, sending the request to the servers, filtering, Data Structures etc… the connections have two more sub types like the client side and the proxy side.

The client side has the browser in the client group which grabs the request from the proxy servers and their clients. This needs to have a proxy IP address through which it properly runs. In proxy clients the request are accepted when the user demands for the server connections.

These proxy clients can even block the client as well as the server side too which has the Blocking clients and blocking server’s content present in it.

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