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Need proxy server with dial-on-demand

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by B3gbie, Nov 30, 2001.

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  1. B3gbie

    B3gbie Thread Starter

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    Anybody know a good, free proxy server for a 98,2000,xp lan that supports dial on demand and will work with zonealarm standard?
     
  2. angel

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    Internet Connection Sharing (provided with your OS) support this. Which pc will have the connection?
     
  3. B3gbie

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    2000 has the connection, but zonealarm standard doesnt like it, know any workaround? Also, security problems, i am set up as a power user on the 2000 machine, and the 98 machine logs me in as that user but 2000 won't have it.
     
  4. SavvyLady

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    hi... I found this


    a toolkit for building simple proxies to solve some problems inherent in IP masquerading and dial-on-demand. It is intended to be useable as is to perform proxying of inbound X11 connections and outbound POP-3 client connections.

    http://www.tiki-lounge.com/~ben/software/proxy-readme.html


    Savvy :)

    http://www.sambar.com/syshelp/dialup.htm
    Dial-On-Demand Configuration
    The dial-on-demand configuration allows the administrator to configure the RAS entry to use for outgoing connections. This entry must have the phone number and domain pre-configured for use when connecting via the Sambar Server. In addition, a timeout period is defined allowing the dial-up connection to be dropped after a fixed period of inactivity.
     
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