I have come across the same problem everytime I manage to scrounge some XML scripts from Cisco and that is that Cisco always assumes that the XMLservices webserver ( or scriptconvertor) has direct internet access. Now that maybe so in Cisco's view. My opinion is that most people protect their network by means of firewalls,NAT or other means that do not allow direct outgoing internet access. Therefor the scripts I have don't work if you need to go via a corporate proxy ( redirecting the request) I have been playing with CiscoURLProxy program and but could not have it accept the Proxy parameter. Can someone explain me why Cisco has this does it this way?
BTW I am not a programmer expert so, you can imagine I am struggling with this.
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