Http.dll+proxy=?

Discussion in 'Questions (Windows Mobile)' started by Byak@, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. Byak@

    Byak@ Active Member Licensed User

    I want to use Toonel.net as proxy.

    request.New2(url,1251)
    request.SetProxy2("127.0.0.1","8080",false,"","")
    request.TimeOut=60000
    response.New2(1251)
    response.Value=request.GetResponse
    code=response.GetString
    response.Close

    http work but not with toonel and without compressing!:sign0148:why?
     
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Does the internal Internet Explorer work properly with this proxy?
     
  3. Byak@

    Byak@ Active Member Licensed User

    yes!and opera!and all icq.it is problem of http.dll:( it is realy good compressing proxy,work without login and password.
     
  4. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    From the Toonel.net site

    "All solutions are 100% Java based and therefore this service can be used on any platform with an installed Java Runtime Environment, including mobile phones."

    The fact that it needs Java is probably the reason it doesn't work and is nothing to do with the Http library.
     
  5. Byak@

    Byak@ Active Member Licensed User

    i'm use Toonel for Windows Mobile (.NET):)

    i try
    request.setproxy("127.0.0.1","8080",false)
    but not rezult....

    http.dll doesn't work with proxy???:sign0161:
     
  6. Byak@

    Byak@ Active Member Licensed User

    EREL what you say about it problem?

    http.dll can work with proxy or no???
     
  7. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    The HTTP library does work with regular proxy.
     
  8. Byak@

    Byak@ Active Member Licensed User

    and what about toonel?it is regular proxy.i work with it 2 years.

    erel,please,find problem!heeelp!
     
  9. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    That 100%Java statement on the first page of the Toonel site is wrong, although I took it at face value :(

    Your .NETversion of Toolnet works by trapping port 8080 on your local IP address 127.0.0.1 and pretending to be a proxy server. Presumably it does this to do the local data decompression. It looks like whatever this local proxy does is not compatible with the HTTP library.
     
  10. Byak@

    Byak@ Active Member Licensed User

    :(:sign0013::sign0148:
     
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