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I am having forefront configured on a machine with a single network card. All the user must configure proxy settings into their browsers.
Now I want a specific range of IP addresses to be bypassed from proxy. Mean I want to provide internet to the certain users with specific network ID, which will not proxy settings. I want them to provide them direct access to the internet.

There are certain medical devices in the network which doesn't work behind proxy, but they need internet to be configured.

Please provide me step-by-step procedure for the same.
I want to use network 172.16.44.0/24 for such device.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:Deepak Shravasti
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Just configure those devices with the correct default gateway and DNS settings and don't configure them to use the proxy.
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If the Forefront is a single NIC device, then Craig is exactly right.
You will need to set up your firewall rule to allow those devices out separately, of course.
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