assertion in 3.7.2-3.7.4 connecting thru SOCKS 5

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assertion in 3.7.2-3.7.4 connecting thru SOCKS 5

This works fine in 3.7.1 but fails in later versions:

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Here is the config, which I suspect is causing it (because other more "normal" [non-proxied] connections work fine):

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localhost:1080 is PuTTY port forwardind to a remote SOCKS proxy.

Let me know if you need any other info to debug this. I'd be glad to help. Email me at msabramo@yahoo.com

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Re: assertion in 3.7.2-3.7.4 connecting thru SOCKS 5

Thanks for report, I'll check it and eventually contact you.
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Same problem

Hi everybody,

I have the same problem with 127.0.0.1 and socks4.

By the way: I searched a lot but have not been able to find a bugtracker or bug-forum for this message, 'til I finally found this topic.
Probably considering some time to do a "buf-forum"?

Thanks in advance,
sincerely

Tom Wiegand

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Re: Same problem

I have made attempt to fix this. Unfortunately I do not have any SOCK proxy to debug it myself.

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Re: Same problem

Jerry2005 wrote:

By the way: I searched a lot but have not been able to find a bugtracker or bug-forum for this message, 'til I finally found this topic.
Probably considering some time to do a "buf-forum"?
That's what the support forum is for.
1) I do not think it is up to the end user to decide if
something is bug or not. You post it here. I decide if it is bug or your misunderstanding :-) If course in this case, it is quite obvious, but it is seldom so.
2) Most people does not care where do they post their messages. So if they do not differentiate between "support" forum and "feature requests" forum, adding third forum wouldn't change anything.
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Re: Same problem

OK, I already know that I have not fixed it. I also know by sure that the problem is in PuTTY code, so I'll ask them for help.

I believe that workaround would be to check Consider proxying local host connections on Proxy tab.
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Same problem

No probme with 3.4.2 trought my socks5 proxy, 3.7.4 doesn't work. Looking for 3.7.1 to see it it works

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Re: Same problem

mava70 wrote:

I can confirm tha 3.7.1 works for me
I would rather like to know if 3.7.4 works for you when Consider proxying local host connections is checked. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Same problem

martin wrote:

I would rather like to know if 3.7.4 works for you when Consider proxying local host connections is checked. Thanks in advance.

I am able to connect with that setting checked in 3.7.4

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Re: Same problem

Marc wrote:

I am able to connect with that setting checked in 3.7.4
Thanks for letting me know.
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Re: Same problem

martin wrote:

mava70 wrote:

I can confirm tha 3.7.1 works for me
I would rather like to know if 3.7.4 works for you when Consider proxying local host connections is checked. Thanks in advance.

i had the same problems as mentioned above. checking "Consider proxying local host connections" works!
Thanks!

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