Proxyfirewall slowness?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by gypsydogg, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. gypsydogg

    gypsydogg Regular Member

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    Anybody have a slowness problem with this. I got it to work fine for about 15 seconds, and then it took a dump on me. I'm so close and I have a feeling I'm having bad proxy Karma....looks the like the proxies are dying faster than I can test them!
     
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    Actually, looks like I got it working but looks like digg and some of the other sites can detect if I'm using a proxy and send me into a loop. Anybody else experience this?
     
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    are you using http or socks?
    I'd recommend socks.
     
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    I'm using socks but it's still slow as hell, I need a better solution.
     
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    When you run the proxy check to test them, do you change the time out to 10? Instead of 15? That should help a bit.
     
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    Actually I think this solution is fine and works great, I think there is some kind of incompatibility with some of the programs that I am using with it, like PRstorm