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Using private proxies. . .

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Lutherblissett, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. Lutherblissett

    Lutherblissett Regular Member

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    I'm brand new to using private proxies with username (colon) passwords. . . and can't seem to get different software to work and use these proxies, although I have no problems with running the proxies through the browsers. (e.g.- tube automater . . claims proxy authentication required . . .or another program states. . test failed. . something wrong with your internet connection settings).

    I feel like there is something basic that I am missing about using private proxies. . .possibly my internet settings options, or something similar. What am I missing. The proxies are great and work perfect in a browser. The softwares I am talking about support private username (colon) password proxies. . and the information is entered into the software correctly. . . any suggestions?
     
  2. seorebel

    seorebel Junior Member

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    Did you enter it like this?

    ip:port:username:password ?
     
  3. Lutherblissett

    Lutherblissett Regular Member

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    Yes i entered that way. I've got one software up and running. . the other has individual boxes for IP, Port, Username,Password. .. maybe I'll screw around a bit more and see if i can get it to fly. thanks
     
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    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    Did you try it out with Proxyfirewall yet?

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