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We are using LFTP for downloading a file from our server.
Presently we are using this command and it works.

-c open -e " lcd 'D:\folder'; pget -c -n 3 http://....\1.xml "

We want to support local proxy feature. i.e the client PC which is running the application will have a proxy with

USername:abc
password:abc123
port:808
IP:172.16.100.1

How to add this feature in the lftp command.

 
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l4ncel0t earned 200 total points
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maybee you can try that :
export ftp_proxy=ftp://abc:abc123@172.16.100.1:808 then your usual command
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was not the ctual solution
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