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Here's what I've discovered about firewalls (at least the way ours works) - more than I wanted to know! I'll describe what I found out for those who may run into this.
- The iBegin command must specify the firewall IP address or iHttpOpen won't work later. So, iBegin(1,"192.168.1.4:8080","") is the answer.
- The iOptionSet isn't necessary to set the usercode and password for the firewall. This is done on the iHostConnect command.
- iHostConnect specifies the usercode and password the firewall demands. You can include the domain if necessary in the usercode portion, such as "mafad\Administrator".
- If all works fine, you should be back a 200 result to the iHttpOpen command. If not and you get back a 403 - Forbidden or 407-NotAuthorized, you definitely have a firewall issue.
Thanks for all the help.
Article ID: W15095File Created: 2017:07:28:12:58:46Last Updated: 2002:09:05:12:49:31