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How to bypass a proxy?
I want to use a site which is being blocked by proxy?
Can i do that?
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Question by:kallzz
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by:vinaykawade123
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hi,
  You can disable the proxy. Go to Internet Explorer...
click --> Tools --> Internet Options --> Connections
--> LAN Setting and uncheck the use proxy server check box.

This will cause all your packets to go directly to the gateway.
You can access any site now.

But many times, the gateway is configured to accept packets from proxy server only.
It drops all other packets comming from other machines. This is to force the LAN user to go through the proxy where the filters may be running.

regards,
vinay
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by:bloemkool1980
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I suppose you need to go through the proxy to get out the LAN.
http-tunnel.com can help you with that
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by:kallzz
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You are right ..i need to go through the proxy ti get
out of the LAN
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by:kallzz
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Yes,i have to go through the proxy to get out of the LAN
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by:bloemkool1980
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well try the tool http-tunnel.com it will work :)
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by:abriggs1
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sounds like you administrator has this blocked so you will not go there. Remember they can find out where you have been.
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by:kallzz
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http-tunnel.com is blocked
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by:kallzz
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http-tunnel.com is blocked,i cant acess it
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by:bloemkool1980
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then you should be a little bit more creative anyhow this means it is against your companies policy and at EE we do not support hacking any form :)
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by:kallzz
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it's not actually hacking ,iam trying to get information whether it is possible or not
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you will need to have a server that are conneted to internet all the time on your home. you can then use the following freeware:
http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA027031/orenosp/index_en.html
install on your home PC and you can configure your own proxy server at home such as freeware version:
http://www.analogx.com/contents/download/network/proxy.htm

then you will need to run otunnel.exe on your client PC and then point your IE client PC to this application. By the way ORENOSP is using SSL (https), so you must be at least able to access https from behind the proxy to use this software. And since it is using SSL so all your communication is secure/encrypted.

Good Luck
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