Looking for web site from which I can browse the internet in order to test my port forwarding

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
I'm experimenting with port forwarding with my cable modem and need to be able to test it.  I can't test it behind my modem because that just goes to the modem setup page.  Is there a web site somewhere that has a browser in it that I can use to call back to my IP address?
Question by:kent44
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    take a look at this:
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    It depends on the protocols you want to use butIf it is just accessing a web server, you should try to google "anonymous browsing". You'll get an impressive list of proxies

    I hope this helps

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