Multiple proxies for one protocol
felipe.contreras at gmail.com
Fri Sep 12 08:24:03 EDT 2008
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 12:07 PM, Sascha Vogt <FunkyFish at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> sorry for the strange subject, but I didn't know how to summarize it better.
> Recently we got a more restrictive firewall at work. Now port 443 and 80
> are blocked and can only be accessed via a proxy server.
> MSNs default port (1863) isn't blocked within the firewall, but I'm
> unable to get my account connected. If I try to connect to MSN, the
> debug window shows, after successfully establishing a connection to
> messenger.hotmail.com:1863, that I'm redirected to "login.live.com:443"
> for user authentication. Thats a problem, because that port is blocked.
> The original MSN client (as well as Miranda) use a direct connection for
> 1863 and use the IE proxy settings for 443.
> Using the HTTP method doesn't work (I think the proxy appliance has a
> problem with it, though the IT department did not block it intentionally).
> Has anyone here a solution for that? Or would it make sense to change
> Pidgins proxy handling? My idea is not to use proxies per account, but
> rather have a global proxy configuration based on ports. E.g port 1863
> -> socks-proxy x, port 5191 -> no proxy, port 80 -> http-proxy y
Not exactly what you have in mind, but here is the fix:
As most of my patches it was ignored.
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