Need to proxy or redirect a specific web address (but not others) so that all clients seem to originate from the same IP address
Posted on 2011-02-18
Hi, my company subscribes to a web site that limits access by IP address and we have clients located around the US that need to access it. These users are not on a common network, rather on home or SOHO connections.
I would like to set up a proxy, redirector, or other that I can point my users to so that they can access this one specific site from the "proxy" (thus the same IP address) and not use the proxy / redirector for the rest of their browsing...nor use it for any applications that require Internet Access.
It seems in IE (and other browsers) that if you set the proxy, all web browsing must go thru the assigned server (not what we want).
Would a so-called "anonymous redirector" accomplish this - where we format the web URL in such a way that the redirector points to the final web address and uses the redirector's internal IP as the originating address?
Any thoughts or suggestions?