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Best way to replace my real public source ip address with proxy address

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Hello,
I want my source ip address in my ip packet to be different than my real source ip address, when that packet arrives at the destination website, while browsing the Internet.

I would like to have a different source ip address appear for 10 different websites.

What is the optimum way to do this.

I would like to do this for free if possible.

Thank you.
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If you want just a few specific pages go through a proxy you can either use a browser specific add-on (e.g. foxyproxy for firefox) or create a PAC-file.
http://technet.microsoft.com/library/Dd361918 / example 2
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