Is there a way to force
wget to use a specific squid proxy when making connections? I normally use a squid proxy, but I need this specific request to go via a different one. I don't have to use
wget; I just need a way to test squid's blocking rules by requesting various pages through it. This proxy is not my normal proxy on the network, and so I can't rely on
wget taking the environment variable.
Also, this is as part of a script, so anything that avoids editing
wget config files would be best. Can
curl do this? I'm currently using the exit code of
wget to determine if the connection was made.