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Old 06-03-2004, 11:48 AM   #1
askjha
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uunable to connect http other then port 80 using proxy server


Hi all,
I want to know is it possible to connect on http server which servers other then port 80 using full url as http[colon]//foobar[dot]foo[colon]8080/index.html even if somebody is behind proxy server.
becaseu when i try to connect any URL like above through the proxy server. I am not able to see that page. while browsing from Cafe i can see that.
Plz reply
Thank you

Note : URL is given in above format because the forum does not allow me put it in proper form as i am a new member
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Old 06-03-2004, 01:38 PM   #2
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What browser are you using? have you configured it to use a proxy for all ports?
 
  


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