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I can not connect to anon proxies anymore. Each time i connect it seems my DNS's aren't working. or it could be my DHCP? I have tryed everything. when i first installed broadband my DNS's that are provided by my ISP were pingable, but now they're not. i asked my ISP about this and they decided to update their system and now allow DNS pingable due to security reasons. My ISP "can't help" :whistling:

Is it due to this restriction that i can't contain a connection with anon proxies?

I do not use any programs with the help of containing anon proxies and i provide the anon IP address with the corresponding DNS's and so forth.
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Have you tried mapping the proxy using the Hosts file?

format: www.geekstogo.com
xx.xxx.xxx.xx yourproxy.com

Hosts file path for Windows XP: c:\windows\system32\drivers\ect

Open and edit with notepad.

Edited by silverbeard, 09 February 2007 - 10:40 AM.

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