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I was able to get the proxy from IIS -> Apache on my server to work!
For those who wonder why I am doing this proxy, I have a RhodeCode instance being served by Apache with a custom build of mod_wsgi 3.4. Apache seems to dislike being accessed from the network, so I set up a proxy in IIS to redirect to the Apache instance.
The error I was getting was because IIS, by default, appends the TCP port of the client to the client's IP address, which causes all sorts of issues with a number of things. Turning that off fixed the issue.
Now if the documentation mentioned that the port was appended by default, I would not have had to go through all of this.
So my message to the general group: MAKE SURE THE DOCUMENTATION IS USEFUL AND GOES OVER THE DEFAULT SETTINGS!!!
Probably, it is at least partly down to our crowded airspace. "Within UK airspace, the operation of balloons and kites are subject to teh provisions and requirements set out at Articles 163 and 164 of the Air Navigation Order 2009 (which is contained in CAP 393). Amongst other things, these Articles provide that CAA permission is required to operate a tethered balloon or kite more than 60m above ground level (agl)."http://www.caa.co.uk/docs/33/DAP_PolicyStatementOperationOfTetheredBalloonsAndKites.pdf[^]
They also have strict provisions for untethered balloons, particularly if they start to reach decent altitudes.
If you get an email telling you that you can catch Swine Flu from tinned pork then just delete it. It's Spam.
This is one of my favorite of these such videos. The acceleration when she released the balloon was quite intense. It's also good to see girls getting into science. Every time I see the views from 47k + feet, I go "oh, wow."