|Oracle® iPlanet Web Proxy Server Release Notes
Part Number E18782-01
Oracle iPlanet Web Proxy Server (also referred to as Proxy Server in this document) represents the HTTP caching and acceleration foundation for high-performance Internet and intranet environments. Proxy Server is a system for caching and filtering web content and boosting network performance, offering integration with the entire network infrastructwure, cross-platform support, and centralized management capabilities.
The information in this document is organized as follows:
Chapter 1, "Oracle iPlanet Web Proxy Server 4.0.16 Release Notes" contains information about the features, enhancements, and issues resolved in Proxy Server 4.0.16; the hardware and software requirements; and installation, migration, and upgrade notes.
Chapter 2, "Known Issues" lists the important known issues and limitations at the time of the Proxy Server 4.0.16 release.
Chapter 3, "Product Documentation" presents an overview of the Proxy Server documentation; describes the documentation corrections, enhancements, and issues resolved; and provides information about how to access documentation, support, and training resources.
Appendix A, "Features and Enhancements in Previous Proxy Server 4.0 Releases" describes the features and enhancements in previous releases of the product.
Appendix B, "Issues Resolved in Previous Proxy Server 4.0 Releases" lists the issues resolved in previous releases of the product.
This book is intended for Web Server administrators to manage the server in production environments. The guide assumes familiarity with the following areas:
Using web browsers
Performing basic system administration tasks
Issuing commands in a terminal window
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