On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 19:07,
ioan...@btinternet.com<ioan...@btinternet.com> wrote:
> The target URL works perfectly and quicly if put directly into the browser
> URL line.
> Do you know of any other reasons for problems with such a connection?

    Is the script being run located on the same system as which you're
using the browser to (successfully) connect to the target host?  If
not, check to see if there's a network issue - a downed or improperly
bound interface, SELinux restrictions, blacklisted by the remote
machine, etc. - on the server on which the script it hosted.  In
addition, as simple and obvious as it is, if it's a private network,
make sure the machine on which the script is hosted is within the same
network as the target machine.

</Daniel P. Brown>
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