All the internet access from my company needs to be pass through a proxy server from the Global server which needs a LDAP user name/password in order to access the internet resource. Recently, I purchase 2 set of Windows 8 professional 64B OEM machine, the IE is ok as I embed the proxy IP/LDAP user name/password etc.. I can also install some Windows APP from the store, however, all live feed seems blocked..Tried quite a lot work around but no cure. Could I setup another internal proxy server (linux based) which store my LDAP user name/password in order to access the external resource and all Windows8 machine shall point the proxy to this Linux proxy server so it can use my LDAP user name/password.
Few days ago I started to get the following error message while trying to connect to the internet using Chrome and IE:"Unable to connect to the proxy server..."I don't have a proxy server configured - nothing is checked in the LAN settings page.In Firefox I don't have that problem - it seems it gets the proxy configuration from elsewhere.
I have a Dell Inspiron E1505, I am currently in France and trying to connect it the University's proxy server, and I have followed ALL instructions provided by the university as to how to go about doing this. Each time I enter the proxy address and everything and it doesn't pop up an error message or anything like that, it simply doesn't connect to the internet or give the opportunity to input my password and username.
I want all the computers on my LAN to access via a proxy server in another country. I have a Netgear DG 834N router and would like that to connect to the proxy server rather than having to define it on each browser.
There are currently 6 laptops in my household.4 windows (1 vista, 1 xp2002 pro, 2 windows 7) and 2 linux (both ubuntu). Night before last, without warning, all 6 stopped connecting through the wireless router. I took the router out of the mix, and now only the linux laptops can connect to the internet via ethernet cable. comcast support is useless.any ideas what could be happening here? Only 1 of the linux and 2 of the windows laptops were connected at the time this occurred.
My xp laptop does not connect to the internet using USB broadband after deletion of the dns changer virus (although still shows a connection) , however still connects using LAN or wireless. The usb modem works on other xp computers.Tried ipconfig/dnsflush, cfs /runnow/ uninstall and reinstall modem and usb ports.
We have Cisco ASA 5505 with ASDM 5.2 We have one Proxy server in our Local Lab and pointed to Hosted service(Simple Signal)issue is, When our proxy server send register to hosted server, ASA change private IP and post with outside IP and src port as 1063 every time.
Here is debug log on real time monitoring.
Aug 24 2011 05:21:19 302015 203.xxx.xxx.226 192.168.1.51 Built outbound UDP connection 3774 for outside:203.xxx.xxx.226/5060 (203.xxx.xxx.226/5060) to inside:192.168.1.51/27014 (22.214.171.124/1142) Aug 24 2011 05:21:19 607001 203.xxx.xxx.226 Pre- allocate SIP Via UDP secondary channel for inside:192.168.1.51/27014 to outside:203.xxx.xxx.226 from REGISTER message Aug 24 2011 05:21:19 710005 203.xxx.xxx.226 99.xxx.xxx.107 UDP request discarded from 203.xxx.xxx.226/5060 to outside:99.xxx.xxx.107/1063
Here 99.xxx.xxx.107 is Our ASA Outside IP address 203.xxx.xxx.226 is Hosted server IP address. My ASA config is attached.
I am hoping to be able to connect remotely to my friend's Vista laptop (connected to the Internet via a dial-up in a developing country) from my own wireless broadband PC (Win 7).
Is there any recommended software that would enable me to do that or is Remote Desktop Connection able to do it, and what information would I need in order to be able to identify her on the Internet? I would have thought that any IP address that she can see under 'Network & Sharing Centre' or through the Command Prompt would only display the generic IP address of her ISP, wouldn't it? And would both of us need the same type of software to allow me to connect?
I have install the administration toolpack on Windows 7 and enabled remote connections on my server 2008 box, When i try and connect with my Windows 7 server manager it does not work.I see stuff on google about enabling a trustedhost with winrm but can't find a way to do this.
After getting New Workstations, I wanted to connect that to the SERVER but Windows 7 could not log into domain of our server with Windows Server 2003. Besides following the proper process/steps. I am able to use the printer and internet shared through SERVER though.
my internet connection has dynamic IP. So when I download some file from file sharing site, and if my internet connection breaks, my download can't resume from where it had stopped since my IP adress is changed.But if I stop the download manually (without breaking internet connection), as the IP address remains same, I can resume the download from that point. I mean can I use a proxy server so that everytime the download resumes, it reports a constant (static) IP to the website?
How would I set up my own anonymous proxy server with my own ip address without having to go on a proxy list site? I don't care how complicated or time consuming it may be, I'm a very fast learner and I do things extremely quickly.
I'm looking to implement a single proxy server for two different VLANs. Both VLAN have outgoing traffic configured through different ISP i.e. traffic for users on VLAN1 is routed through ISP1 and traffic for users on VLAN2 is routed through ISP2. Inter-VLAN communication is enabled. The proxy server should route internet traffic for users in VLAN1 through ISP1 and for users in VLAN2 traffic should be routed through ISP2.
I have an Static IP address and I want to hide this Static IP address from users. But I dont have router I searched on internet and I got Winproxy software which can does this work but that is only trial version. How to hide my static IP? Any software like Winproxy which works on my server like proxy server i.e protect server from viruses, theft, hackers, Trojens etc.?
My computer (Win 7) is behind a proxy server at work. They have disabled the ping service. They told me it is disabled for security reasons, and everytime I try to ping a host, the connection times out.However I normally use ping as a good diagnostic to check if I have an internet connection or not. We experience frequent network problems, and I'd like to be able to at least narrow down the problem each time. Are there any other diagnostic tools/utilities I can use to test internet access? When I lose my internet connection, I'd like to be able to test if it is because my computer has lost its connecton to the proxy server, or if the proxy server has lost connection to the outside world.
My ISP provides me internet connection through password protecting Access Point bearing IP address 192.168.20.1 built with IP filtering which allows only a particular IP 192.168.20.88. I am not able to access internet on more than one computers simultaneously because router allows only single IP and I am not sure what are the WAN IP's uses Access Point provided by ISP eg. IP, Gateway and DNS. My ISP provides me static IP address for home computer as mentioned below :
IP : 192.168.20.88 Gateway : 126.96.36.199 DNS: 192.168.20.1 Alt DNS : 192.168.20.1
My public IP address is 188.8.131.52.
Is there any option to add a router to bride or configure router as proxy server so that i can access internet more than one PC's simultaneously.
currently we are using a proxy (192.168.45.90) for internet. the internal network ip scheme is 192.168.30.0-254. my problem is that how should i configure the new ISA2004 installation on separate PC with new IP range like 192.168.31.0-254 using that proxy 192.168.45.90.
After cleaning the infection, none of my browser will work.Firefox display this message: "The Proxy Server is Refusing Connection".IE displays an error as well.I can't even use Steam's (game client) browser to see what games they have available but I am able to sign on.I am sure my internet is working because I am able to log on to my Instant Messaging Program and chat with freinds and use a VoIP software to talk with friends without issue.The problem is happening on my "regular" windows account.My administrative account seems to be problem free as I am able to browse the net like I had before the infection.
I have a new computer with windows 7. Will be terminal for a server using xp.My computer detects the server but I do not succeed to access with username and password.
I have done the following:
Changed workgroup name to same as the rest of the terminals.Changed computer name to same as my previous computer in the network.Previous computer read only chosen username (+ password) when accessing.This new computer reads both computernamechosen username (+ password) when trying to access.
I suspect that username is not approved due to "double-name" ?
I am using a proxy server with 2 NICs for sharing internet connection to my 100 desktop users in my office. NIC 1 is connected to my dsl modem and NIC 2 is connected to a main switch and further to more. But now i want to setup a wifi network for laptop users. I have enabled ICS on NIC 1 and NIC 2 has acquired it ip automatically (192.168.0.1) so the gateway for my desktop users is (192.168.0.1). But i want to use a new gateway. For this i have installed NIC 3 but it is not acquiring the ip automatically. My Proxy server configuration is: MS Server 2003 ENT edition.
Is it possible with the DIR-601 to have one of the IP's on the LAN route all traffic through a proxy server? I would like to have my Roku device (which I've setup as a static on the LAN side) to always connect though a proxy, while all my other devices connect to the internet normally.
In my office environment, my machine is configured with an IP address, Subnet Mask and a Default Gateway. The Default Gateway does not allow internet connectivity but is configured to provide us with connectivity to some server based tool.
Now in order to provide us with the internet access, a proxy server is configured via the LAN settings in the IE. The problem here is the Proxy is restricted for some sites that I need like certain technical blogs and all, which it filters out in the blogs category and does not load.
I do have another Gateway server address that I can use in Local Area Connection IPv4 Properties as Default Gateway address which removes this restriction. I thought that this should be configurable to the LAN Settings as a proxy as well. But when I do so, I lose the connection to the internet.
I am not sure if all Gateways can act as proxy servers. Or is there anything that I am doing wrong. I am using the default port 8080 in LAN Settings.I can ask this from the technician but I am not sure if he would be able to answer that as he is just a first level guy. I thought of figuring it out myself.
I have a cisco AP1242AG-A-K9, I would like to set it up to connect to a proxy server inside of the US. Does any know if this is possible?
I would like my IP Adress through the router to be a IP Address based in the states, thus the proxy server would achieve that. I can do this on my PC, but I would like my router to do it, then all the devices on the network to do that.
I am using a old notebook (2 years old) with windows server 2008 on it. I needed to remove al the drivers, because windows server 2008 isn't using the drivers of windows xp, and it wanted a clean installation.
Now the question and problem, is it possible to let my server wireless connect to my home network?
I am using for a server my old notebook: Acer Aspire 5738ZG 2GB RAM, Intel Pentium dual-core processor T4200 Nvidia GeForce G105M 512MB (doesn't matter) Atheros AR5B91 Wireless Network Adapter
I already installed the driver for the Wireless network adapter. Windows can't find any networks, when i try to connect.
My Windows xp computer can't connect to the DHCP server correctly and thus can't connect to the internet. It is connected through an Ethernet cable to a wireless router. All other computers on the same network connect fine to the router, both wired and wireless.This all started after I left my computer alone for a few hours and came back with it not coming out of idle. After shutting it off and turning it back on, it would not connect to the DHCP server.It assigned me the autoconfig address 169.254.189.73 because it couldn't connect to the DHCP server. I even tried a static IP but even that wouldn't fix it. I have tried the same ethernet cable in another computer and it worked fine so I know that it is because of my computer.I have tried renewing and releasing the connection using ipconfig in the command prompt but that did nothing. The settings are all the same as the other computers running through the same router. I have tried shutting down all the other computers and reconnecting the trouble one but again still nothing.The last thing I'm not sure about is the network adapter driver. I have reinstalled it but I'm not sure if the driver is correct. I have an NVIDEA nforce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet adapter. I attempted to reinstall but I'm not sure I selected the correct generation when I downloaded the driver installer. My computer says nothing about the generation of the adapter so I just chose the newest generation. My adapter is integrated in the motherboard.