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how to talk to the gateway

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My ques. is that from one of the m/cs in the network how can i trap all the http requests to the gateway. Using 'C' or 'c++' calls I will have to do it.
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commercially available firewall software ought to be able to do this for you.. why reinvent the wheel??


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