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    Quote Originally Posted by nenadsen View Post
    I tested and it works ok. Regards!
    My friend was tested on XP but not on the proxy

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    When an application like Sygic Mapdownloader does not have a proxy setting by itself there is no way of using a proxy. Within Windows there is no "global" proxy setting, to direct http traffic to. Proxies are used by individual applications (like Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.). Only external apps like Proxfier etc. can do this.
    Hope this explanation is clear.

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    @keesdewit please correct this old dog if it is wrong ... :P

    If ones gateway is running a proxy filtering service too, it may indeed affect the traffic (regardless O.S.). A Windows based gateway server, for example, may be running [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (former WinRoute), [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] ... On an *nix gateway, the default is [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] but there are many more. So, I'm not sure which was Brown's Dog intent here but it may be valid.

    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    When an application like Sygic Mapdownloader does not have a proxy setting by itself there is no way of using a proxy. Within Windows there is no "global" proxy setting, to direct http traffic to. Proxies are used by individual applications (like Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.). Only external apps like Proxfier etc. can do this.
    Hope this explanation is clear.

    @Brown Dog I've been trying to test yours Proxy_Downloader but unfortunately the proxy I'm under (not manageable by me) is performing well with both versions so I'm unable to distinguish any differences between.

    Anyway, I can confirm that both are working under [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (Windows Emulator for Linux) and it will probably, as so, run too in all/any Windows Flavours.


    Nice regards.

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    Hi AllBB
    The gateway servers like the ones you mention above are more then "just a proxy".
    From experience I DO know that MS ISA is a combination of a router and a proxy, so it depends very much on how you will route your traffic. But in the end, yes, that case will be possible.
    But will that also be possible for a moderate user with a home pc?

    Your example using SQUID for Linux is sending traffic on the http-level cannot be compared with how things work on Windows.
    You can tell Linux at the OS-level to send anything that generates http- and ftptraffic to a squid, nginx or varnish proxy.
    Maybe today this is also possible in Windows with extended batchscripting or even powershell to direct any generated http packet from a proxy-unaware application to a proxy.
    I do not know that.

    If so, I 'd like to hear that from you.
    But please, make valid comparisons.

    (Never mind old dogs)

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    Hi keesdewit

    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    The gateway servers like the ones you mention above are more then "just a proxy".
    That quote isn't mine


    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    But will that also be possible for a moderate user with a home pc?
    Sorry but only @Brown Dog can specify the proxy limitations he's trying to tackle.


    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    Your example using SQUID for Linux is sending traffic on the http-level cannot be compared with how things work on Windows.
    Due to a poor english knowledge I probably didn't made myself clear. Sorry.

    The kind of proxy filtering I've mentioned is nowadays, as I see, the most common, AKA transparent proxy, that comes bundled up with a network gateway. This implementation disregards the Operational System clients are running.

    My examples were limited only to the servers flavors most commonly available.


    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    Maybe today this is also possible in Windows ... If so, I 'd like to hear that from you.
    AFAIK, doesn't. On Windows this is a per app configuration.


    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    But please, make valid comparisons.
    Again, my poor 'ingrish' got me on this


    Quote Originally Posted by keesdewit View Post
    (Never mind old dogs)
    I have to dude ... Started on 1986 ... 1st Cobol app developed using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Knowledge evolves quicker than I can get :D

    Nice regards.

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    I never use a proxy and do not know as it seems, except the theory. wget.exe has settings from the proxy. Relentless attempted to get this option. I know the powerlessness, because each proxy is set locally and it is impossible to implement for all but the personal/local settings as
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    I have wget working through a proxy on windows.
    For the occasion I installed a simple proxy called "CCProxy".
    I notice in the logging that wget does its request right through the proxy.
    Here is the test:

    c:\wget>wget -e http_proxy=http://192.168.11.112:808 --debug --proxy=on --serve
    r-response ht tp://cdn.sygic.com/in-app-data/maps/Europe/ta.2014.09/hrv.ta.2014.0
    9/hrv.poi
    Setting --proxy (useproxy) to on
    Setting --server-response (serverresponse) to 1
    DEBUG output created by Wget 1.11.4 on Windows-MSVC.

    --2015-05-22 11:59:02-- ht tp://cdn.sygic.com/in-app-data/maps/Europe/ta.2014.09
    /hrv.ta.2014.09/hrv.poi
    Connecting to 192.168.11.112:808... seconds 0.00, connected.
    Created socket 180.
    Releasing 0x01e41130 (new refcount 0).
    Deleting unused 0x01e41130.

    ---request begin---
    GET htt p://cdn.sygic.com/in-app-data/maps/Europe/ta.2014.09/hrv.ta.2014.09/hrv.p
    oi HTTP/1.0
    User-Agent: Wget/1.11.4
    Accept: */*
    Host: cdn.sygic.com

    ---request end---
    Proxy request sent, awaiting response...
    ---response begin---
    HTTP/1.0 200 OK
    Accept-Ranges: bytes
    Cache-Control: max-age=15552000
    Content-Type: application/octet-stream
    Date: Fri, 22 May 2015 10:58:54 GMT
    Etag: "4f058-50dda584fb36e"
    Expires: Wed, 18 Nov 2015 10:58:54 GMT
    Last-Modified: Fri, 30 Jan 2015 08:25:19 GMT
    Server: ECAcc (ams/488A)
    X-Cache: HIT
    Content-Length: 323672
    Connection: close

    ---response end---

    HTTP/1.0 200 OK
    Accept-Ranges: bytes
    Cache-Control: max-age=15552000
    Content-Type: application/octet-stream
    Date: Fri, 22 May 2015 10:58:54 GMT
    Etag: "4f058-50dda584fb36e"
    Expires: Wed, 18 Nov 2015 10:58:54 GMT
    Last-Modified: Fri, 30 Jan 2015 08:25:19 GMT
    Server: ECAcc (ams/488A)
    X-Cache: HIT
    Content-Length: 323672
    Connection: close
    Length: 323672 (316K) [application/octet-stream]
    Saving to: `hrv.poi'

    100%[======================================>] 323,672 --.-K/s in 0.08s

    Closed fd 180
    2015-05-22 11:59:02 (4.06 MB/s) - `hrv.poi' saved [323672/323672]


    c:\wget>dir
    Volume in drive C is Acer
    Volume Serial Number is 2202-24A9

    Directory of c:\wget

    05/22/2015 11:59 AM <DIR> .
    05/22/2015 11:59 AM <DIR> ..
    01/30/2015 09:25 AM 323,672 hrv.poi
    05/22/2015 11:58 AM <DIR> test
    05/22/2015 11:56 AM 401,408 wget.exe
    2 File(s) 725,080 bytes
    3 Dir(s) 880,249,126,912 bytes free

    c:\wget>

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    The above example confirms Brown Dogs statement, saying "because each proxy is set locally and it is impossible to implement for all but the personal/local settings as".

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    I need updated iran's maps.
    please help me to get iran full maps for Sygic 14.3.2 in my Xperia C3-Dual

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    Here are some steps to make the Brown Dogs' Sygic MapDownloader work over a proxy on Windows systems.
    The MapDownloaderscript does not have to "know" anything.

    - Create a file called wgetrc
    - Fill it up with necessary wget settings for proxy (see example***)
    - Create a new variable (user or system - which ever suits you and your permissions best).
    - Start mapdownloader, and pull your stuff in over the proxy.
    - Change proxysettings in wgetrc file when you use another proxy;


    ##
    Creating variables in Windows
    Hit the 'windows key'+'Pause/Break' and move to Advanced System Settings (Windows 8.1).
    Then select Environment Variables.
    Either choose User Variables or System Variables.
    Click "new".
    For the Variable Name enter 'WGETRC'.
    For the Variable Value enter the path to your wgetrc file (e.g. C:\wget\wgetrc) from above and click OK.
    Click OK.

    ##
    Example*** wgetrc file

    # You can set the default proxies for Wget to use for http and ftp.
    # They will override the value in the environment.
    http_proxy = [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    # If you do not want to use proxy at all, set this to off.
    use_proxy = on

    #
    proxy_user=username
    proxy_password=password

 

 
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