> o Enabling its SOCKS support results in it SOCKifying _everything_,
> even access to servers that don't need, or want, SOCKS connections (such as
> internal SMTP and HTTP servers).
> - --
> Steve Engle
> DHT, Inc.
> sengle @
I fought with this one as well -- got no help from Netscape tech
support, but there is an answer. socks respects the rules given
in the sock.cnf file located in the windows directory -- the default
is to socksify everything, but you can specify hosts (or entire
networks) to contact directly. The file format is simple, but I don't
have an example with me...
Hope that helps...
...Dan Berger <dberger @
Department of Computer Science
University of California, Riverside
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