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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.
First, there is a simple way and it will rely upon how your school?s privacy settings are set up. If they set up the settings with net Explorer, then there?s a good chance that they won?t effect you if you use different web browser. You can use Mozilla Firefox, Opera, or another net browser and you could be able to access Myspace, Facebook, Hi5, and lots of other sites that were blocked when you used web explorer. This is the simplest way to unblock myspace, so try it first. When this doesn?t work, then you know your personal computer folks are good and they have blocked it regardless of which browser you use. There?s another way, though. Second, you can use what is called a proxy web server. This is basically a site that is set up to act like the face for your perusing. When you go to an internet site through a proxy web server you are essentially not using your school?s servers so you won?t be blocked from viewing a site the college has blocked. This is the best way to find a way around the block and use Myspace and other sites in school.
OK find a computer thats already connected to it, and match everything to it except the ip address, if you don't have another computer connected to it go to the routers settings and pull up all the info about wep, dsn servers, write it all down then write everything in the security settings of local network then you should get internet.
Go to a proxy server.. E.g: http://www.freeproxyserver.net/
This might take a little longer to load as its sending packets to a server, then to the website then back to the server then to your computer.. But this will unlock myspace.. But after a while your school will click on ^^
Check out your internet connection and its settings, whether it is dial up or broadband oriented. then you have to know about your ip address of dns server in the network setting places. you just ping the ip address of dns server following as...
go to start, then run and type "cmd", and it shows the command prompt. type as following format.
ping 10.10.10.5 and press enter key.. this is the sample ip address only. if it gets reply, your dns server is ok. you can use internet. suppose, it wont comes, ask your service provider or support for another or different ip address of dns to check it out.
I have the same issue. I can view the print servers web page from my Vista computer but not my XP. With Internet Explorer, I just see 400 in the upper left hand corner for several minutes. Then the page will partially display. If I use Mozilla, I see the html source. I have called D-link and they are useless, they want me to contact my computer manufacture. My guess it is a browser setting or some plug-in is required to view the page. The first time I accessed the page from Internet Explorer, I got an information bar at the top of the browser asking if I want to enable INTRANET security.