[RC5-PROXYPER] network access mode for personal proxy with dial-up?

Pope-X dbg at dds.nl
Sat Jul 25 17:37:04 EDT 1998


what about reading the docfiles:))

but a ctrl-break makes the program preform a flush and a get:))
ctrl-c will make the program flush to disk and exit..

thats about all u can do with the program right now..

Take Care,
Pope-X

-----Original Message-----
From: Douglas W. Johnson <finson at whidbey.com>
To: <proxyper at lists.distributed.net>
Date: zaterdag 25 juli 1998 16:11
Subject: [RC5-PROXYPER] network access mode for personal proxy with dial-up?


>Folks:
>
>I have the win32 client set up and running on NT4 in lurk-only mode with a
>dial up connection to my ISP.  It works very nicely.
>
>I next installed the win32 pproxy so that I could support other machines on
>my lan.  The client connects to the proxy and dumps blocks to it okay, but
I
>don't see any way to control the proxy and get it to connect to the outside
>world when (and only when) I have dialed out.  It tries to do something
>every workperiod, but I don't think it ever actually accomplishes anything,
>even when I'm connected.  It certainly does not get keys and make them
>available when the client requests them.  I have run it mostly as a service
>(using -install) but have tried it in a window too with no better luck.
>
>The only reference to dialup with the proxy that I've been able to find is
>in the proxy readme, in the section about ports/listenaddress.  That
clearly
>implies that my configuration is supported, but I don't see anything about
>setting or controlling the network access mode or using the proxy with dial
>up connections.  Can anyone point me in the right direction?
>
>Thanks
>
>doug johnson
>finson at whidbey.com
>
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