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Proxy server when i try to open any internet page my computer says-detecting proxy server- but never opens. when i go in as another user i can get online-any suggestions-thanks

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If you are using Internet Explorer. Go to the control panel, go to internet options, open that icon. A window will open up. go to the connections tab. Click the LAN settings button and on the top of the next window will be Automatic Connection Settings. Click Automatically Detect Settings. Click ok twice and that should fix it.

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How can proxy server bolked ?


A proxy server is a computer used to act as the one contact point between your computer and the open Internet. The primary benefit of a proxy server as that it can cache (store) Internet web pages and other content on its disc drives. When a user connected to the proxy server requests a web page or content that was previously accessed by another user, the proxy server can deliver that content/page from its cache to the new user without having to go out to the Internet.

Network administrators can configure a proxy server to prevent users from reaching dangerous or unauthorized web sites. So if your computer is connecting to the Internet through a proxy server, you will be using whatever restrictions the network administrators have set up. If you are not using only your home network, you are most likely NOT using a proxy server. If you are using a school, university, organization or corporate network, then you are most likely USING a proxy server to connect.

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ERROR 102 ERR CONNECTION REFUSED, WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? AND HOW DO YOU FIX IT


> CONNECTION REFUSED

It means that the computer that _should_ be running a web-server, to send web-pages to you when you request pages from it, is _NOT_ running the web-server server.

Compare it to dialing an out-of-service telephone-number -- you get a "your call cannot be completed" message, since there is "nothing" (no forwarding, no answering-machine) that "owns" that telephone-number.

What web-site? Did it _previously_ work?

Probably, the owner of the computer will evenutally notice, and will fix the problem -- so, keep trying for a few days.

Jul 16, 2011 | Google Chrome

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Anyone have any proxy new sites? My school has like a word filter so you cant access anything that has proxy or a social networks name in the address...and all of the usual suggestions are already...


Have you tried instead of a proxy website an actual proxy server configured in internet explorer by going tools > internet options > connections > lan settings unchecking automatically detect and checking use a proxy server then enter the proxy servers information. Their are lists of proxy server ips available online just search "proxy list" in google

May 12, 2011 | websitepros.com

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Error 336 (net::ERR_NO_SUPPORTED_PROXIES): Unknown error.


Make sure that you have the proxy disabled in the lan settings: Top right wrench tool button --> Options --> Under the Hood --> Change Proxy Settings --> LAN Settings --> Uncheck use Proxy server for your LAN. Hit okay. Close Chrome, open it back up and see if that works.

May 04, 2011 | Google Chrome

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Neither Internet Explorer or Firefox will connect to internet. Firefox say it cant connect to proxy server. How do I check proxy settings?


Open your Internet Explorer,
Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections "Tab" -> LAN Settings -> Proxy server, uncheck the box -> OK

Restart your Browsers ie IE or Firefox, you don't need the proxy server if your are a home users.

Hope it helps.

Jan 29, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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The connection has timed out The server at support.mozilla.com is taking too long to respond. * The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few ...


Check your internet connection. If it is connected, then try ping on google public dns server. To do that open command prompt (cmd).
then write "ping 8.8.8.8" (without quotes). If reply times out then there might be issue with your proxy settings. To correct that, if you are using windows 10 then search "Internet options", then select Connections and in that open LAN settings. Then remove tick on Proxy server. (If it is ticked). If problem persists, then I suggest you update firefox.
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Jun 23, 2017 | Mozilla Firefox

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I've installed Explorer 8, but then it cannot display any webpage.


Hi there,

Which is the operating system?
Have you checked for the proxy servers?
Often times a piece of Malware will change your Proxy Settings to intercept all communications from your Computer. If you have cleaned an infection, and are still experiencing trouble loading web pages your Proxy Settings may have been changed. To check these settings do the following (Pictures taken from Windows 7, other versions have similar steps):


In the Control Panel click "Network and Internet."holygrass_5.jpg
On the subsequent menu select "Internet Options." This will open the Internet Properties menu. (This is the same menu as the one accessed through Internet Explorer. I feel safer with this method though, as not opening IE will prevent a browser misdirect. Also note, these settings can affect all browsers)
Click on the Connections tab
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Click the LAN settings Button. You can now see the Proxy Settings


Most home users will simply want to un-check the box next to "Use a proxy server..." If you connecting through a legitimate proxy you will instead need to contact your network administrator for the actual address to enter here.


Click okay


Click okay

Dec 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How can i open my GPRS?


hello..

please try to manually configure your browser settings with this one..

GPRS/WAP Internet Settings
Connection name: SMARTGPRS
Data bearer: Packet data
Access point name: smart1
User name: leave this blank
Prompt password: No
Password: leave this blank
Authentication: Normal
Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph

Network type IPv4
Phone IP address: 10.102.61.46
Name servers: Automatic
Proxy server address: 10.102.61.46
Proxy port number: 8080 or 9201
(differs from one handset model to another)

Default access point: SMARTGPRS
Data bearer: Choose GPRS
Access point: internet
User name: (leave it blank)
Prompt p’word: No
Password: (leave it blank)
Authentication: Normal
Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph

II. MMS Settings

Connection name : SMARTMMS
Data bearer:Packet data
Access point: mms
User name: leave it blank
Prompt password: No
Password: leave it blank
Authentication: Normal
Homepage : http://10.102.61.238:8002

Network type IPv4
Phone IP address: 10.102.61.46
Name servers: Automatic
Proxy server address: 10.102.61.46
Proxy port number: 8080 or 9201
(differs from one handset model to another)

Default access point: SMARTGPRS
Data bearer: Choose GPRS
Access point: mms
User name: (leave it blank)
Prompt p’word: No
Password: (leave it blank)
Authentication: Normal
Homepage: http://10.102.61.238:8002


hope it helps..

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Proxy sever


A server that sits between a client application, such as a Web browser, and a real server
. It intercepts all requests to the real server to see if it can fulfill the requests itself. If not, it forwards the request to the real server.


Proxy servers have two main purposes:

# Improve Performance: Proxy servers can dramatically improve performance for groups of users. This is because it saves the results of all requests for a certain amount of time. Consider the case where both user X and user Y access the World Wide Web through a proxy server. First user X requests a certain Web page, which we'll call Page 1. Sometime later, user Y requests the same page. Instead of forwarding the request to the Web server where Page 1 resides, which can be a time-consuming operation, the proxy server simply returns the Page 1 that it already fetched for user X. Since the proxy server is often on the same network as the user, this is a much faster operation. Real proxy servers support hundreds or thousands of users. The major online services
such as America Online, MSN and Yahoo, for example, employ an array of proxy servers.


# Filter Requests: Proxy servers can also be used to filter requests. For example, a company might use a proxy server to prevent its employees from accessing a specific set of Web sites.



A proxy server receives a request for an Internet service (such as a Web page request) from a user. If it passes filtering requirements, the proxy server, assuming it is also a cache server , looks in its local cache of previously downloaded Web pages. If it finds the page, it returns it to the user without needing to forward the request to the Internet. If the page is not in the cache, the proxy server, acting as a client on behalf of the user, uses one of its own IP addresses to request the page from the server out on the Internet. When the page is returned, the proxy server relates it to the original request and forwards it on to the user.

To the user, the proxy server is invisible; all Internet requests and returned responses appear to be directly with the addressed Internet server. (The proxy is not quite invisible; its IP address has to be specified as a configuration option to the browser or other protocol program.)

An advantage of a proxy server is that its cache can serve all users. If one or more Internet sites are frequently requested, these are likely to be in the proxy's cache, which will improve user response time. In fact, there are special servers called cache servers. A proxy can also do logging.

The functions of proxy, firewall, and caching can be in separate server programs or combined in a single package. Different server programs can be in different computers. For example, a proxy server may in the same machine with a firewall server or it may be on a separate server and forward requests through the firewall.

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