ICQ, iChat, Limeware... geht nicht

Dieses Thema im Forum "Hardware" wurde erstellt von Rumil, 22. Februar 2003.

  1. Rumil

    Rumil New Member

    Hallo!

    Der übersichthalber mache ich hier einen neuen thread zu meinem Problem auf.
    Ich gehe über einen proxy ( der auf win rechner ist ) ins internet. Der proxy server ist Proxy+.
    Die einstellungen sind bei proxy+ und auch bei meinem mac os x unter netzwerk richtig. SOCKS ist bei proxy+ aktiviert.
    Ich komme auch mit IE, safari und Netscape ins Internet. Nur ICQ, Mail, Limeware funktionieren nicht.
    Bei iChat kommt zum Beispiel immer die fehlermeldung:
    "Die Anmeldung beim Proxy ist fehlgeschlagen. Versuchen sie es erneut"
    Die Einstellungen für Proxy bei iChat:
    192.168.0.1
    Anschluss: 1080
    Protokoll: SOCKS5

    und diese Einstellungen hab ich von proy+, die stimmen also. Unter proxy+ ist auch SOCKS aktiviert.

    ich weiß nicht woran es liegt, dass die Programme nicht gehen....
    Oder soll ich einen anderen proxy server nehmen?
     
  2. Olley

    Olley Gast

  3. Rumil

    Rumil New Member

    danke für die antwort, geht aber immer noch nicht
     
  4. MacBelwinds

    MacBelwinds New Member

    Bei ICQ steht bei mir

    Server Host: login.icq.com
    Server Port: 5190

    Hilft das weiter?
     
  5. Rumil

    Rumil New Member

    danke, aber hilft auch nicht
     
  6. MacGhost

    MacGhost Active Member

    t able to find IP address of ICQ communication servers (icq.mirabilis.com). To solve this problem add to the list of servers, the list used by ICQ, IP addresses of these servers. First you have to find out the IP addresses of these servers. Simply run ping.exe from the DOS prompt of Windows: On the computer with an established connection to the Internet run from the Start menu program "Command Prompt" and in DOS box type ping icq.miabilis.com. In the first line of the response, this program writes in [ ] the IP address of server. The next lines are of no interest to you. Because the name icq.mirabilis.com is used for a few servers, you can repeat the command ping to get several IP addresses.

    Setting of IP addresses of servers:

    In the ICQ menu item "Preferences" choose folder "Servers" and by button "Remove" remove all servers from the list. Then by button "Add" add at least one server. To edit line "Address" fill IP address and to line "Port" specify number 4000. It is safe to add more than one server, because when the first server is down, ICQ contacts any other from the list.

    Instructions for ICQ installations:
    After the first use of ICQ you have to specify in Installation Wizard form for registering new user by button "For Admin Use" the ICQ server that will be used by its IP address (the method of finding the address is described above). You have to specify "Connection Type" as "LAN User/I am behind a firewall or proxy". After you press the "Next" button you have to fill in the form.
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    Und wie ich schon mal geschrieben habe Du kann Dir diverse Adressen lokal mappen.
    Steht aber in der Hilfe drin, Thema war ich Mapped Links .
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    4.4.2 Mail clients

    The mail clients on the LAN stations where Internet is accessible through Proxy+ have in general these options for sending and receiving messages:

    1) Using the mailing system of Proxy+
    Proxy+ reads the content of POP3 box in Internet, saves it to local disk and the mailing programs collect the messages from Proxy+. The outgoing messages are sent first to Proxy+ and it sends them away according to defined specifications further to Internet. From the view of the mail client Proxy+ behaves as a complete SMTP and POP3 mail server.

    User must have an account created on Proxy+ (Accounts/Users) and correctly configured the entry in Mail/POP3 Download to read mailbox from Internet server.

    You can also sort with advantage the incoming messages, deliver the local messages (they do not go through Internet - no connection is needed), associate users to groups, automatically send and receive all messages at the same time, etc.

    2) Direct access to SMTP and POP3 server through Mapped Links.
    If you want the mail client to have a direct access to its mailbox, you can connect it via Proxy+ using the definition of mapped links. It will redirect all requests and data onto the target mail server.

    There are two mapped links to be set in Proxy+ first to a SMTP server in Internet (for outgoing mail) and the second to a POP3 server (to receive incoming mail).

    To configure the mapped links correctly, you need to know that the SMTP protocol (outgoing mail server) uses the port number 25 and POP3 (incoming mail server) port number 110.

    Entry in Defined links: should look like this:

    TCP 4425 mail.server.com:25
    TCP 44110 mail.server:110

    We have chosen the local port numbers 4425 for SMTP and 44110 for POP3 protocol.

    You need to set the mailing client to use the PC running Proxy+ as the outgoing mail server on port 4425 and the same computer for the incoming mail but on the port 44110.

    If you enable the automatic dial-up for Mapped Links the mail client has the possibility with a simple request (to send or to receive mails) to open up a connection.

    POP3 Mapped Links
    Proxy+ supports special mapped connection for POP3 protocol - POP3 Mapped link. Proxy+ is able to determine name of POP3 server from the request and then use only one mapped connection for reading mail from more than one POP3 servers. To make POP3 Mapped Links works correctly, mail client must be configured to send name of mailbox in following format: mailbox_name#POP3_server_name. So it's necessary to modify POP3 account setting, all other settings are the same as above.

    3) Direct access to SMTP and POP3 server using SOCKS.
    If the mail client supports SOCKS protocol and you want for any reason to let it access to mail servers in Internet directly this mode is simpler and lucid than Mapped Links.

    It is necessary to set up the mailing program to use the PC with Proxy+ as a server with SOCKS protocols (version 4 or 5). The standard port number for SOCKS protocol is 1080. This protocol must be enabled in Proxy+ configuration of course (page Proxies/Mapped Links).

    If you enable the automatic dial-up for SOCKS protocol the mail client has the possibility with a simple request (to send or to receive mails) to open up a connection.

     

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