[Mongrel] BAD CLIENT error with mobile phone access
kylekochis at gmail.com
Sat Mar 24 13:45:07 EDT 2007
First, don't use Instant Rails for production. It should only be used for
The reason for this error is because Mongrel is very strict on HTTP and
kills things that aren't valid.
Someone else on the list might be able to help you on actually getting
mongrel to play nice with your phone. But keep in mind that you still can't
guarantee that every phone or hand-held out there is going to send in valid
(or even sorta kinda valid) requests that will work with mongrel.
On 3/24/07, Ben Thio <thio.ben at gmail.com> wrote:
> Can someone help a newbie?
> I'm using Instant Rails which has Mongrel configured inside.
> I'm running a web application and everything works fine.
> However, when I try to access my site using my mobile phone (a Nokia
> 3230) and its in-built web browser, i get the following error:
> Bad Client (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX):Invalid HTTP format, parsing fails
> I believe it is because I am not using a standard browser.
> If I am not too concerned about security here, how would I fix this?
> Can someone advise?
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