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Configuring proxy with putty.

Posted on 2014-09-15
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Hello dear experts,
I can't connect to the remote server using proxy with putty.
I am configuring

Connection->Proxy name (192.168.192.1)
Connection->Proxy type (HTTP)
Connection->port (3211)
 Such connection works well on windows's inetcpl.cpl

I have got an error (SSL)
502 Proxy error: specified SSL port is not allowed

Should I allow 443 port in ipfw on the server?
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Question by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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Most likely you need to add particular port to SSL ports in squid.
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