Asterisk dns not updating
The advantage of having CNTLM listen on a non-routable but static IP address is that only traffic that originated on your PC can use the proxy, but you still don’t have to change it when your PC’s IP address changes.
CNTLM configuration is set in cntlm.ini, under C:\Program Files (x86)\cntlm.
This change will not take effect until you log off and log back on to Windows.
Right-click the little whale icon in the system tray and select “Settings…”, then click “Proxies” In the “Web Server (HTTP)” blank, type (replace with the IP address you got from running the Get-Net IPAddress cmdlet at the beginning) and click the “Use same for both” box.
Once you’re sure this works, set them in your profile’s environment variables.
It has the major advantage of not requiring your Windows password in any form, and the major disadvantage of needing to understand more than I do about Python to build and run it.
If you manage this feat, please tell me about it, and better yet, write your own blog post about how you pulled it off.
I cannot possibly test all configurations extensively (meaning, each persons specific computer needs), but what I can offer is what “works for me” and the obstacles I have came across so you do not have to discover them on your own.
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As mentioned earlier, try uninstalling Docker for Windows (removing the Moby Linux VM will remove any images or containers you’ve created), remove all the Dummy Desperate Poitras virtual switches, and then installing the 17.06 or later version. It is also the only practical way to use Unix-style command line tools with NTLM-authenticating corporate web proxies.