Boundary node http response headers

Nope. They block the header for some reason.

I thought every boundary node (that every request must go through) runs icx-proxy. Can you clarify what you mean by a “regular IC subdomain”?

I think @lastmjs is referring to boundary nodes, whereas I think @skilesare is saying that Origyn is running their own instance of icx-proxy somewhere.

Yes. This is what I mean. Although I still have confusion as to if when we run icx proxy and point to ic0.app if we are ourselves using a boundary node. are we proxying to a proxy?

Which command line flags do you use when calling icx-proxy?

I assume --dns-alias, hopefully not --fetch-root-key, but what do you provide to --address?

–replica “https://ic0.app” --address 0.0.0.0:5000

Sorry, yes, I meant --replica, not --address.