[php] server2go problems

Mark Pleasance mpleasance at shcgeelong.catholic.edu.au
Thu Nov 10 11:05:30 EST 2011

Hi Maggie,

It looks like you need to put an exclusion in your Proxy settings as this
error looks like it comes from a proxy server. is actually your
local machine so the proxy won't be able to connect, hence the error.

>From memory, in Internet Explorer go to the Tools menu, Internet Options,
Connections Tab, LAN Settings, there should be a box where you can add
exclusions. Enter in the box. Apply, Ok restart IE and it should

On a Mac, Apple Menu, System Prefs, Network, Advanced, Proxies, Enter in the Bypass proxies box. Restart Safari/Chrome/FF.


On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Margaret King Iaquinto <
iaquinto at ozemail.com.au> wrote:

> At the end of term 3, my school got a new internet service provider.
> Server2go stopped working.
> The company that manages the IT Services here cannot work out a solution.
> Please, would someone out there suggest a fix or two? Transition week
> starts in December and it would be good to have some programming up and
> running.
> Maggie
> The message reads:
> While trying to retrieve the URL:
> The following error was encountered:
>    - *Connection to Failed*
> The system returned:
> *    (111) Connection refused*
> The remote host or network may be down. Please try the request again.
> Your cache administrator is root.
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Mark Pleasance
ICT Manager

Sacred Heart College Geelong
Retreat Road, Newtown VIC 3220
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