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Old 03-09-2006, 03:20 AM   #1
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proxy server bypassing, help


HI
i'm in a lan where i have to use a proxy server. whenever i want to connect to the internet a pop up window comes and asks for the username and password. can i bypass this process? is it possible to use other proxy server to use the net or is it possible to surf the net without using this proxy server? if the answer is yes please tell me the procedure.

please note that i'm not the root.

please help,
thanks
 
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If the network isn't yours you best ask the (network) admins first.
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