|juan||01/08/2005 10:47 am|
|I have been having problems downloading a few files on this site:
http://sunny.moorparkcollege.edu/~caguilera/ with the latest trial version of OE pro. several pages, including ~caguilera/M07Info.htm, ~caguilera/M07Samples.htm, and ~caguilera/CSM10AInfo.htm have caused both OE and a SunOS proxy to hang, though they load fine with IE.
|Oleg Chernavin||01/11/2005 10:33 am|
|Can you please make the following change in the Options dialog - go to the Proxy | HTTP section and check the NTLM box there. Click OK button and try to download the site again.
This should help.
|juan||01/12/2005 05:18 am|
|Oh, I am not using a proxy right now. I was trying to say that these pages have caused OE to hang on an unfiltered, unproxied connection, as well as a browser to hang over a SunOS HTTP proxy, though loading it into a browser with IE on the unfiltered connection works fine.
Re-stated, when I try to download http://sunny.moorparkcollege.edu/~caguilera/ and every level above it on the same server with OE, these 6 files hang:
they time out every time. i see the same behavior when trying to retrieve the files with IE over a SunOS-based proxy; once again no errors, just a timeout.
I`ve really no ground to be making guesses as to what is wrong, but could it be a problem with case sensitivity or special characters in the file names? i notice that the only PDF file on the site with space characters in the name is failing, and the other 5 are HTML files. could the 5 HTML files be crashing the parser? i don`t see any messages about it in the log, though I don`t know how to use it properly.
> Can you please make the following change in the Options dialog - go to the Proxy | HTTP section and check the NTLM box there. Click OK button and try to download the site again.
> This should help.
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
|Oleg Chernavin||01/13/2005 05:13 am|
|There is a trick with the proxy settings. Please do the following - go to the Options dialog | Proxy | HTTP section. Select HTTP Proxy type on top, clear the Address field and then check the NTLM box below.
Click the OK button to save the change. This will help.
|juan||01/14/2005 02:37 pm|
|Oh, I see ... sorry, I misunderstood. It works perfectly now, thanks.
> There is a trick with the proxy settings. Please do the following - go to the Options dialog | Proxy | HTTP section. Select HTTP Proxy type on top, clear the Address field and then check the NTLM box below.
> Click the OK button to save the change. This will help.
|Oleg Chernavin||01/14/2005 02:40 pm|
|You are welcome! This trick actually forces Offline Explorer to use MS IE`s downloading code.