Mr Pat sir. How has the world been treating you these days? Glad to see you’re still working on this project. Very glad, in fact, as I have a question.
I’m currently using a private instance w/client on the same machine, but I need to be able to hit a series of pages on an internal network. When I go to any of them, the server pops an error message that the site(s) I’m trying to reach must be on a public-facing web server. I’m pretty sure I’ve got the bulk of it configured properly since it can hit any public site just fine and generates all the expected data. While the stand-alone Pagetest works through the browser to access the internals, I need to run a bunch of regression testing and was hoping to script a lot of it (any updated scripting commands, btw?). I looked around and the only reference I could find to the public-facing site requirement was the actual error message in the code. Most likely I have something simple set wrong, or is the server-side not that friendly about doing isolated intranet testing like that?