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Troubleshooting - Wingate2.0 | ApplicationsWingate 2.0 main | Configure Wingate 2.0 |


 

Troubleshooting the WWW proxy server Service

First check to make sure the wingate engine is running. You can start the engine
Start
Programs
Wingate 2.x
Start Wingate Engine

Then check the settings of the WWW service. On the general tab the "accept connections of port: XX", the XX value (ie probably 81) should match the setting in the browser proxy port settings. On the bindings tab, the "127.0.0.1" should say "started" . If not try to double click it and see if it starts. The same goes for the other address that shows up. The second address needs to also match the setting you made in the proxy section of the browser.

these settings are in the browser proxy settings screen

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Wingate WWW example (notice the address and port of above and below must match


these settings are in the WWW service

 

The Service 127.0.0.1 is Stopped.

When you view the Properties Binding tab of any of the services and the device "127.0.0.1" says "Stopped" check the port value for 127.0.0.1 to make sure it is correctly set to 808.

Go into gatekeeper and click on the On-Line Options icon

When the window opens check the entries for Server and Port. They should be... Server: localhost, Port 808 as shown below

 

 

 


 

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