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Proxomitron and Network Commands
Aug. 03, 2004, 02:16 PM
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garcot;
Quote:I was wondering whether we have to operate within the few Network Command like $CON etc. Or
Actually, when using the $xxx commands in Proxo, you are not using any kind of Network commands, you are using Proxo's own built-in language. Many of them are familiar to network users, so your question is understandable. Sadly, the answer is no, if the commmand is not listed in the Proxo reference file, then it's not available.

AFAIK, Scott did not leave any "hidden" commands in Proxo, nor any backdoors into it, either. (But I've been known to be wrong before. Big Teeth)

And Jak is correct, of course, much to his dismay. Proxo can only deal with Ports 80 and 443. If someone really wanted to make a name for themselves, they issue a Patch (ala the interface patcher linked above in Jak's message) that broadened the scope of monitored ports. That would make our day, wouldn't it though! [lol]


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