First things first: I don't got no answer. :(
But maybe I can offer some more clues. My home network
consists of a Linux box that acts as a gateway and uses
Squid. I have another Linux box and a Windows box that
use the first as their gateway. I can successfully run
Netscape and IE (respective boxes) via the proxy, but
not Napster, and my inner Linux box experiences your
exact same problem with LWP scripts that try to communicate
throught the proxy.
I actually wrote a script once and had ybiC test it
out for me. It failed on my box, but not his.
It has to be a Squid configuration problem, not LWP.
Update: oops! igorash++ and ybiC++
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