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How to know if there's a proxy preventing you to access a specific webpage? Any cmd command!!..ping or trace...

Thanks in advice

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The Proxy referred to the Network Administrator
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What is the address that you are trying to look at?
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Hey Wolfeymole,, thanks for your quick reply!!

any address.. google for example
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I'm not exactly sure what you are asking here Robert.

If you are saying that you can't access any urls then you may be on an Intranet controlled by a systems administrator so as to prevent outside access.
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yea you're right... I’m controlled by a system administrator.. but how to insure that?
listen... I got a new job (Lab assistant)and I'm responsible about 30 computers connected of same DNS & gateway..
the lab administrator (who can access the Internet Server of our institution & modify it) is looking to me as a competitor and I’m facing a lot of problems with him..
once, suddenly all the computers except one stopped accessing the inbox of live.com ; you can sign in to your mail, see your inbox too but as a read only..can't enter a specific mail to read its content.. the page stop here even that if you do a refresh or scroll down up..nothing goes more... so he told me to fix that problem. I started doing update for java, browser trying another browser, reset for the browser settings and nothing fixed!! until I replaced the IP of comp A (the only one that can access the inbox) with comp B (cant access as the rest) it worked :D so I started doing the same thing (just trying and replacing the old IP) to the others and it worked too!! that means he put a proxy for these IPs... am i right or not!! but the disaster is when I told him it's a proxy he said "NO, THERE'S NO SUCH PROXY HERE" (for sure I didn’t tell him about replacing the IP coz I’ll be fired lol)
Now, in those last days other problem similar to that had appeared.. you can access the google.com alllll its tools EXCEPT the gmail,, you can’t even see the login page..only white page and loading..
btw i tried to enter those free web proxy pages and check either if I can access the gmail or the mail.live and it goes 100% but you know they are'nt secured (didn't tell him about this too :D :D :D)
For that I’m asking how to insure that this web pages are on proxy
just wanna inform you about something.. if any webpage is denied by him, if you tried to surf it you'll get a message saying that ISA SERVER denied this page or forbidden, and I’m not getting this message when i try the gmail or the other
First: Reallllly Mannnny Maaannnny thanks for your help
Second: sorry for my bad English
Robert

Edited by Robert099, 09 April 2013 - 04:48 AM.

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If the Lab Administrator is the Systems Administrator also then we really can not offer any advice that will circumvent his authority as a systems administrator just because you two can't get on.

Sorry.

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