Thanks, that worked. I also had to set Proxy server under Internet Options
to the local IP address for it to work, but it worked.
Thanks for the help.
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To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [DeleGate-En] How to use Delegate to connect to another proxy
Date: 04/24/10 22:04
> In message <5c0535ad8e4cdae6164748a7289fc152@oestvang..no> on
> you =?iso-8859-1?Q?Stig_=D8stvang?= <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> |Is it possible to use Delegate as a proxy to connect to another proxy
> |fixed set of username/password?
> |To explain it a bit better, I have a program that needs to to be
> |on Internet. The machine I want to install the program on, is behind a
> |which needs authentication. The program is supposed to use the settings
> |Internet Options (this is a Windows machine), but the program has no way
> |enter username and password for a proxy, so it fails the activation. So
> |plan was to use Delegate as an intermediary proxy fed with the correct
> |credentials so that the program connects to Delegate, which already have
> |been given the correct credentials to access Internet through the second
> |proxy, to activate the program.
> |I tried
> |dg9_9_6.exe -P80 SERVER=http
> |and unticked use proxy in Internet Options, but this didn't work.
> |Anyone know if what I want to do is possible and how to set it up?
> For HTTP (proxy), only the "Basic" authentication scheme is
> If your upstream proxy requires another scheme as Digest, it will fail.
> Using DeleGate as follows may be helpful to see what is wrong:
> dg.exe -P80 SERVER=http PROXY=Proxy-address:Port
MYAUTH=Username:Password:http-proxy -fv FSV=-tee-n-h
> 9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com>
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