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EDIT: I don't know what I did before but it seems to work ok now. I'm not seeng traffic form TortoiseHg but that's no major loss. Traffic from the browser is fine.

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I'm behind an ISA server so I'm using CNTLM to purxy-auth clients like Git, Mercurial & even Chrome. I know Fiddler can do this too but CNTLM is much faster for Git, Hg etc. There are usually 2x 407's before the 200 goes through in Fiddler.

Fiddler ignores 127.0.0.* which is a bummer because that's where CNTLM is. How can I get it to capture this traffic?
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closed as too localized by CAD bloke, Indrek, Everett, Dennis, 8088 Jan 15 '13 at 6:18

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Fiddler doesn't ignore anything, so it's not entirely clear what you're asking for. Can you please be more specific about what isn't working, and what you're hoping to do with Fiddler? – EricLaw Jan 14 '13 at 22:33
I think I stuffed up. Edited the question to confess my dumb. Thanks for following up. – CAD bloke Jan 15 '13 at 0:39
I just figured this out, and made a blog post scheduled for next year (: Not to want to leave you in the dark though: add this line to your cntlm.ini so that it knows it should forward traffic to Fiddler: Proxy – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers May 2 '14 at 14:55

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