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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by cdp, Feb 5, 2003.

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  1. cdp

    cdp Thread Starter

    Feb 5, 2003
    <font style="font-family:verdan;font-size:10px;">Hi,

    I have kind of a huge problem, I have been using Frontpage for like quite a long time now, since the beginning of it. And I have learned all the features of it as well as publishing etc.

    However, now my ISP has put on a proxy-cache (whatever that is) and now I am unable to connect to my website using Frontpage which annoys me quite much because I am used to Frontpage.

    Any help to get here??

  2. MadDogMugsy

    MadDogMugsy Guest

    Welcome to TSG!
    I see you have posted this same thread three times
    Operating Systems / Win NT/2000/XP

    You don't need to do this :eek: - should not do this (against the rules). If you are unsure of where to ask your question, the moderators will help you out ... just post once - if it is in the wrong forum, they will move it for you and let you know.

    Having said that ... again Welcome to TSG! - have fun in here and visit often ... there are hundreds of friendly folks in here to assist.

    Now for the chuckle - I personally, do not know the answer to your problem.
    Have you contacted your ISP and requested an explanation and work-around? (you pay them for service, ask them to provide some of the the 'customer' kind).
    Stay tuned for another, more knowledgeable, TSG member to jump in!

  3. MadDogMugsy

    MadDogMugsy Guest

    I wanted to know a bit more about this as well - so I went to Google and searched
    I found this site http://vancouver-webpages.com/CacheNow/ which explains a lot more! In a proxy cache, users request pages from a local server instead of direct from the source. The local server gets the page, saves it on disk and forwards it to the user. Subsequent requests from other users of the cache get the saved copy, which is much faster and does not consume Internet bandwidth.

    ... hope this is of help to you when requesting assistance from your ISP in updating your files

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