#189 Multi proxy

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nobody
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2012-09-29
2010-12-25
Anonymous
No

for example if you use:
--http-proxy="http://proxy1:8080" http://host1/file --http-proxy="http://proxy2:8080" http://host2/file
it will work
I -> proxy2 -> http://host1/file
I -> proxy2 -> http://host2/file

can you implement other option "single-http-proxy"
--single-http-proxy="http://proxy1:8080" http://host1/file --single-http-proxy="http://proxy2:8080" http://host2/file
to work:
I -> proxy1 -> http://host1/file
I -> proxy2 -> http://host2/file

if you wiil do it your project will be unique and it will not be necessary to use custom multi wgets for this purposes

Discussion


  • Anonymous
    2010-12-26

    oh! my formulate is bad.
    now full what i want:

    I -> http://proxy1 -> file1.xz
    -> http://proxy2 ->
    -> http://proxy3 ->

    I -> http://proxy1 -> file2.xz
    -> http://proxy2 ->
    -> http://proxy3 ->

    how can i do it?

     
  • tujikawa
    tujikawa
    2010-12-26

    My understanding is that
    I -> http://proxy1 -> file1.xz
    means accessing file1.xz through http://proxy1.
    Is it correct?

    What does
    -> http://proxy2 ->
    mean?

     

  • Anonymous
    2010-12-26

    okey lets consider an example:
    we want donwload a very big file from rapidshare.com at about 3 mbits per second
    at rapidshare.com each ip - one download thread

    we have a great proxy list

    using proxy_1 we obtain a dynamic link_1
    using proxy_2 we obtain a dynamic link_2
    ...

    we want
    download 10% of file through proxy_1 using link_1
    download 10% of file through proxy_2 using link_2
    ...

    now we can do it using many wgets or curls
    it will be great if we can do it automatic using aria2c!

     
  • tujikawa
    tujikawa
    2010-12-26

    Thanks. I understood.
    Currently aria2 does not support it.
    1 proxy configuration is allowed for 1 download.
    I'll keep this open as feature request.