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Using Content Engine for SOCKS Proxy

We have a CE566 integrated with an ICAP server in a proxy role for our network.

we are experiencing issues with a Java applet that many of our users use with an outside vendor.

Here are the test results from Sun's Java J2RE development team who we're working with:

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The trace log shows SOCKET connections via ports 80 and 443

failed.

network: Connecting socket://server.domain.com:80 with proxy=SOCKS @

/1.2.3.4:8080

[SimpleConnection] userloginname: connect attempt failed

network: Connecting socket://server.domain.com:443 with proxy=SOCKS

@ /1.2.3.4:8080

[SimpleConnection] userloginname: connect attempt failed

network: Connecting socket://server.domain.com:80 with proxy=SOCKS @

/1.2.3.4:8080

[SimpleConnection] userloginname: connect attempt failed

network: Connecting socket://server.domain.com:443 with proxy=SOCKS

@ /1.2.3.4:8080

[SimpleConnection] userloginname: connect attempt failed

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Does anyone have any information in regards to using the CE as a proxy in this regards? I have obviously found command language for http; https; and ftp - but nothing for other methods

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Re: Using Content Engine for SOCKS Proxy

The site he's accessing required SOCKS proxy. The ACNS does not support SOCKS.

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