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Is there a way to use a proxy server for all internet traffic?

December 13, 2011 by admin  
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Question by Jake: Is there a way to use a proxy server for all internet traffic?

I want to run some software, but it will only run in the UK, based on IP address. Is there a way to run all internet traffic through a proxy?

Best answer:

Answer by kmarine0120
Not to my knowledge; a proxy is usually set by your ISP or Intranet. If you add a proxy when your ISP doesnt have one then you wont be able to connect to the internet. You can have a local side proxy but not one for everything, not to my knowledge and I have been doing this a while. You can try to use a SSH tunnel or something here is a link on it but not so sure if it will work for what you want.

http://www.slugsite.com/archives/315

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3 Responses to “Is there a way to use a proxy server for all internet traffic?”
  1. W says:

    Easy, just get a personal vpn, http://www.surfbouncer.com and use the UK servers. All your traffic will go through the VPN tunnel unlike a proxy. It works with games, BBC iPlayer and such. Some sites check you system clock as well, so set it to UK time if that pops up as an issue.

  2. HomeComputer.ro says:

    for websites, you can use web proxies:

    http://www.homecomputer.ro
    http://www.findyourdating.com

    You can access Facebook, Myspace, Youtube…. or anything else.

    Happy Surfing !

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