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Ip conflict I have aweb page on my web server. After reinstalling my proxy, I can not get in my web page in my network. But I can easily get in my page outside of my network. I have two ips for the web page, one of them is working as internal ip and the other one is workin as externsl ip. I think the problem is related to internal one, so how can I fix it?

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You have single web/proxy server or it is separate. two IP's in a machine or you've natted it on router. which web server are you using with which OS. these thinks are most required for your answer thanks

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    # 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
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    # 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.



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