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Proxy Server possibilities?

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Right... I have been investigating an open proxy configuration.

This is what I want. I want a user in another country to access websites as if their IP is coming from the UK. BUT... I dont want the internet traffic to route through my office as I will be restricted by my UP speed which is rubbish right now.

I looked at an open proxy and can see that would work to make me appear in country which resolves 1 problem but I assume the internet traffic would flow back to the user through the office using my UP speed.

Is there anyway I can configure a proxy to route my requests so I appear in country but have the feed sent straight back without going through the office and my proxy??

Is there anything I can do to achieve this... with a proxy or using something else?? within a windows environment
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