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Discussion in 'Proxies' started by web genius, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. web genius

    web genius BANNED BANNED

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    i have seen the tutorial on how to use proxies. but does it work for LAN connections because when i try to change ip's in networks and connections i loose access to net.
    MY network is only accessible through the ip's they give?
    can any one help me
     
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  2. DiamonMike

    DiamonMike Regular Member

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    You need a software like Elite Proxy Switcher , where you put your proxys and then select witch one to use.Then you just go to Options in Firefox (if you use it) Go to Network and at Proxy check the one Use System Proxy.

    Hope this helps.You don't need to actually change the ip in your N.C.
     
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  3. rob1977

    rob1977 Power Member

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    Don't change anything

    An ip works like another doorway, your browser goes to that ip, opens another browser, which then goes to your destination, if your security is good enough the destination will only see the ip of the proxy or second browser.

    Your own ip, stays the same you are just routing your traffic through another location.
     
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  4. web genius

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    thanks downloading the software
     
  5. akacash

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    You don't need any software, there's some good ones out there depending on your needs, but they're not needed if you just want to use the proxy in your browser. There's an add-on for Firefox that makes it a little easier to do, but you can just as easily change it in the settings as well. What are you using the proxy for? If it's for a browser like Internet Explorer, or Firefox, then you can reference this tutorial here: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies/521804-using-proxies-top-5-browsers.html. That will show you very easily how to change your IP in whatever browser you use. If you mess with those network connections though, chances are you'll end up cutting your internet off altogether if you don't know what you're doing.