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How do i know what IP address and its associated port is used for internet?

I want to know the IP address and its associated port being configurated for internet?

I use the netstat command which lists all active connectons but i dont know which one should i put on
Web Browser|tools|internat connections|Connection tab|Lan Setting

One of our PC used to be able to connect the internet, but after i change the HTTP proxy address, now it is no longer able to connect internet... I dont know why
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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We have admin but in other state. usually my boss asks us to try first instead of logging a call to our admin

i use netstat -au, it lists local address and foreign address.

Shoud i use the local address/Foreign address in which uses the port either 80 or 8080
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Well if you really do want to do it this way then look for entries in the foreign address that are port 8080 on a machine that is working (or just look in the internet settings in IE).

Sometimes it is just easier to phone the admins though :-)

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Yea, actually, that is our job afterall...  ! :)
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