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How to access proxies when proxies are blocked?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by damagesmith, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. damagesmith

    damagesmith Regular Member

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    access to your IP addresses.

    My internet connection blocks proxie sites.
    In order too a site like newipnow I need too abe able too login and tell the proxy site my isp address.
    The problem is I cant log in the first place.

    Right now i can get around it by finding free vpns but that is a short term solution.

     
  2. damagesmith

    damagesmith Regular Member

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    How do i use a site like ipnow when my internet block proxie sites?
    So i cant even access the home site too tell it my isp address .




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  3. akacash

    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you just want to know your IP address just open up the cmd prompt and type ipconfig. You could use AOL as well to bounce around w/o any problems.
     
  4. damagesmith

    damagesmith Regular Member

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    I know my ip address. The problem is i need too be able too go into the proxy main page too tell it what my ip address is.
    But my internet provider blocks that page.
     
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  6. VoidITSolutions

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    Check your IP with ipconfig or whatismyipaddress.com

    Log into proxy manager with "free vpns" you mentioned to change your allowed IP.

    Voila!

    EDIT: Look at your IP BEFORE using the VPN!