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Posted on 21-05-06 10:15
is there anyway i could set up a proxy host on a computer so that i could connect to that proxy through my computer? Also would there be anyway to make that proxy host a background process? Pfft I've tried googling it but all i can find is how to connect to a proxy, not how to set up or make a host proxy.


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Posted on 21-05-06 12:15
yep but u can use VB to send messages as like in telnet, so even if the server has other OS you can use it.

VB is a powerfull language..


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Posted on 21-05-06 15:12
i actually found a couple programs that act as a proxy host, but it wasnt worth the trouble. I haven't learnt VB yet, but it's on my list of languages to learn. Perhaps someone can tell me why it is that when i surf the web through a public anonymous proxy server, i keep getting a 405 resource not allowed error. I've checked it up and it says somethin about GET and POST methods. would like to know how i could get this working.


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Posted on 22-05-06 00:03
GET and POST are HTTP requests. GET is when you ask the server for a URI, POST is when you give the server some data.

In any event, you're not using the right request. If however, you try both GET and POST and neither of those work, you may try to use CONNECT.

BTW, VB sucks. Lean Perl or C. But preferably Perl. Perl's great.


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