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April 11, 2007, 4:48 pm
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it is finally finished. Well, along comes a new requirement to add a
radio to this piece of hardware. This radio has its own web page (for
configuration), complete with login and everything. I have been told
that the users of this product are not to have access to all the
functionality of the radio web pages. Is there a way to, i don't know
how to convey this, but have the pages that are served from the radio
to be piped into the embedded web server, and then retransmitted to
the end user? This way, if there is a field that is not to be messed
with, I could simply choose not to display it. I do not know if it is
on any consequence, but both web servers are TLS encrypted.
Re: Can you "override" a web page to display in your format?
Perhaps. Apache has mod_proxy which can do this, but I'm guessing your
embedded server is not Apache. It depends on the capabilities of your
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