Proxy (111) Connection refused

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Proxy (111) Connection refused

Postby capone » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:56 pm

In just the last few days, the proxy is unable to reach some or all sites after waking up in the morning. When I try to reach sites, I get the "Connection to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx failed." and "The system returned: (111) Connection refused". It sometimes causes issues with the Download Station during these times as well. I have tried:
- Restarting Proxy
- Reinstalling Proxy
- Rebooting DS

Sometimes these help, but not usually. The logs don't always show issues. In both instances below, I got the error, but only one shows a problem:

1488461196.552 16 192.168.2.20 TCP_MISS/503 2328 GET http://www.cnn.com/ - HIER_DIRECT/151.101.20.73 text/html
1488461436.594 14 192.168.2.20 TCP_MISS/503 0 CONNECT google.com:443 - HIER_NONE/- -

I have caching off, have disabled logs since, and deleted the old logs.

I have Proxy 3.4.11-0177 and DSM 6.1-15047
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Re: Proxy (111) Connection refused

Postby htc2010 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:07 am

Is your router pushing the proxy through dhcp options or do you have it set to auto-detect using wpad? There are two potential scenarios that I can imagine:

1. If using dhcp options to push the Synology proxy, there is something in how your IP is renewed over night when you start back up that might be causing the dhcp option for the proxy server not "stick"

2. If using wpad, there might be a firewall issue preventing detection of the proxy

That said, have you tried setting the proxy manually on your computer via Control Panel > Internet Properties > Connection Settings > LAN Settings?

Personally, I'm new to using HTTP proxy so this is just a guess. But maybe one of these three things can help.

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