wget through proxy
Hopefully someone can help me out here I am really stuck, and stumped.
My workplace has just put in a proxy server, which each user needs to log into to be able to access the web.
If I open firefox after I have put in the proxy server details it prompts me to enter a username and password. I put these in and all works fine.
However if I try and wget a file it won't work. I use wget daily and need to keep using it.
I have edited the .wgetrc file and added the following...
http_proxy = http://10.1.1.1:80/
ftp_proxy = http://10.1.1.1:80/
proxy_user = user123
proxy_passwd = test123
use_proxy = on
Each time I try and wget a file I get this...
ERROR 407: Proxy Access Denied.
Can anyone please help me? I'm getting to the desperate point here.
Re: wget through proxy
Basically, it let me hard code credentials for an NTLM account into a file. I then point my apps to use it as a proxy, and it uses the authenticating proxy as a proxy, and finally the packets get to where they are supposed to be going.
Thanks alot for the reply. It is ntlm that they use.
I have just installed the package that you referred me to. I have edited the /etc/ntlmaps/server.cfg file to what I believe is correct.
Is there a certain thing I need to change on the wget side to make it use ntlmaps instead?
i agree to this also.
a same problem for me too
just execute this before doing a wget on a console
now start using wget
oops seems the post changed :p to a smily.
am trying again
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