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Old 01-10-2001, 10:21 AM   #1
camandrett
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Hi,
I have Red-Hat 6.2 Workstation and I would like to use the Internet through the NT Proxy Server.

I have specified the IP of the proxy server in Default Gateway field but it dont works. I can ping the proxy machine but I cannot ping outside IPs or surf the web with Netscape. Theres another thing to configure in Linux in order to use Proxy Server?

Another one about DNS:
My NT Workstation resolves DNS and it have defined its own host name in DNS server configuration.

What do I need to resolve DNS in Linux?, I have tried to define my NT Workstation IP as DNS server but it fails.
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Old 01-13-2001, 10:53 PM   #2
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it looks like you dont have the proxy setup to forward requests.In netscape you would put in the proxy setup
htp://hostnameofwinntserver:80
and should use the dns #'s from your isp in linux.
[edit]I mispelled ht..so it wouldnt form a hyperlink
 
  


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