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Send only HTTP/1.0 to certain domains
Mar. 03, 2013, 07:12 PM
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Send only HTTP/1.0 to certain domains
On one site "Send Only HTTP/1.0 requests" causes a long delay (realtor.ca loading the map)

On another site I need it checked or the web pages occasionally do not load without F5 reloading a few times.

Is there a way to "Send Only HTTP/1.0 requests" only on a certain list of domains?
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Mar. 05, 2013, 04:27 AM
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RE: Send only HTTP/1.0 to certain domains
You could use the "load" url command, http://proxomitron.info/45/help/URL%20Commands.html

Quote:http://load//filename?url

Used to load a Proxomitron config file. Path points to the file to load. It can optionally be followed by a '?' and a URL to go to once the config has been loaded. If the config is within the Proxomitron directory, it's not necessary to type the full path...

http://load//default.cfg?http://www.microsoft.com/

but try to avoid frequent config switching.

You could create a second Proxomitron for only HTTP/1.0. Then use the browser's options or Proxomitron's $USEPROXY() or $SETPROXY() matching commands, http://proxomitron.info/45/help/Matching...l#USEPROXY

Quote:$USEPROXY(True or False boolean value)
Restrictions: Match or replace
Filter Types: OUT header filters only
The $USEPROXY command also takes a "true" or "false" boolean value and can override the "Use remote proxy" check box for a given connection either turning the proxy on or off. It can be use to ensure a proxy is or isn't used for with a given site or for a particular action.

To have effect this command must be called in either the match or replace of an *outgoing* header filter. This is because the proxy setting must be established prior to connecting to the site.

$SETPROXY(remote.proxy.name[:port])
Restrictions: Match or replace
Filter Types: OUT header filters only
The $SETPROXY command will force a connection to use a particular proxy. It overrides both the "Use remote proxy" checkbox and the current proxy chosen in the proxy selector. It's useful for insuring a particular proxy is used in a given situation or with a particular URL.

The proxy to set must be one already entered into the External Proxy Selector list. This command simply looks up and sets a proxy from that list. It's usually only necessary type the first part of the proxy name - the first proxy matched in the list will be use. The partial match must be exact though (no wildcards).

Like the previous command this command must be also called in either the match or replace of an *outgoing* header filter.

If the site doesn't need filtering, the browser can be set to use a direct connection for that site.

HTH
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