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Internet Sharing using Analox X ..some Apps not working..

Posted on 2010-09-24
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Hi friends!

I am sharing internet connection using analogx in office LAN.

The computer in network have problems while using internet..like

1. downloading works but cannot upload mostly.
2. Except Opera, other browser have problem logging in online to access any website..(eg gmail,flickr etc etc)

3. Cannot use SVN  ...(can access when tried from the main computer( connected directly to internet).

Please suggest what options i can try ...its very very urgent.I have a deadline.

I have windows XP installed ....

regards
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Disable XP windows firewall. IF u r using Proxy server change the proxy port to someone else.
Just check and let me know.
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thanks for the reply!

I have XP windows firewall disabled.

"IF u r using Proxy server change the proxy port to someone else."
please explain what ports can i change...to ?
problem 1 and 2 still persists..
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I have a some more question on same problem...

I have airtel broadband connection. I want to share this connection in my small home office . I have 7 computers.

Currently i use Analog X proxy software and share net connection in my office LAN. But computers connected using proxy software has problems like unable signing in at various sites or uploading files (downloading is fine...and Opera works better when i try to sign in into any website ...)

I also installed CCproxy software...but it had problems like ...page not refreshing etc..

suggest alternatives...

I have heard i can directly put the internet wire into network switch and share internet ?
Also how can i control sites i dont want users to browse ..?
(I have heard of Open DNS )

i am using win xp ...and have a switch .


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Yes Using CCproxy is the best option. U just need to change th.ie port of Http to something different. it can be (ex:6588). U can even block the cites for the users which u want to provide access.CC proxy will help u to resolve the sites. Do not use the deafult port for CCproxy server.Change all the ports as per you.
Yes u can also switch the internet buy putting the wire into switch. U just have to go the machines and specify the DNS & gateway in there own machine and the internet will start. But it would be directly connected to internet. So blocking sites would be bit difficult. OR else if u have any server installed u can configure Remote Routing into it and also can enable firewall settings which is there to control inbound and outbound traffic.
But my suggetion is u just try once again with CCporxy as this will help u better then the secound result. If possible give me the screen shot of  the CCproxy settings and the Ip address where proxy is installed.
 
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