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Networks What proxy??

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Evilbob, 9 Mar 2002.

  1. Evilbob

    Evilbob What's a Dremel?

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    have been using analog x for a while, got an email from blueyonder saying i cannot use it because its insecure!! anyway can anyone reccommend a good proxy thats EASY to setup and can support games preferably
     
  2. vivid

    vivid down in fraggle rock

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    just dont bother setting one up, i dont with mine and everything works perfectly, BY havent sent me an email or anything about it, :D
     
  3. RTT

    RTT #parp

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    vivid you must use one :p
     
  4. Phil

    Phil What's a Dremel?

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    why do you need to use a proxy ?


    are you talking about a webcache here, or some sort of internet connection sharing suite ?
     
  5. Vertekal

    Vertekal What's a Dremel?

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    I'm assuming that you used AnalogX's proxy for internet connection sharing. I used it for a bit, but it didn't have great support for AOL (my g/f uses aol a lot, so that was an important feature I needed).

    I ended up getting a eval copy of Sygate's program to share my cable connection .. and ended up purchasing it.

    I tried Win98's ICS, but for some reason it would cause my PC to lock up several times a night. I used Sygate for a few months, until I got the Linksys cable router.

    Vert
     
  6. pszaro

    pszaro What's a Dremel?

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