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Using NT proxy sever to access the internet

Posted on 1997-02-18
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I have an NT Server running proxy server.  All requests for any ip addresses outside my own net are handled by the proxy server through port 80.  I need to know how to configure my Linux box to send all tcp/udp requests through port 80 with the NT server being the gateway.
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That doesn't work. A proxy can only be configured to handle specific protocols like HTTP or FTP. You can't just route *any* connection over a proxy.
If you want to access the Web you have to configure your browser to use the proxy.

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I could suppose that your NT box uses ms proxy.
If this is the case I have the same situation.
Configuring your browser won't help.
Ms proxy does not use the same protocol for serving
your requests as another proxy software.
You can use only ms software to work with ms proxy.
Sorry

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