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Network proxies and bypassing the local network adresses
Authored by: rvamerongen on Mar 18, '03 01:53:49PM

Hi

I have a question about this.

I use this for for many years but if you have more then one host on your network and you want to bypass all the local network 10 adresses, how do you do this? I thought that the * was the replacing character but this isnt working like under windows - 10.0.192.* to bypass 10.0.192.0 - 10.0.192.254 isnt working for me. Someone an idea?

thnx



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Network proxies and bypassing the local network adresses
Authored by: afortuno on Jul 29, '03 10:23:31AM

I've had the same exact problem and its driving me crazy! The length of my bypass proxy list looks like Collen Farrel's black book. All I want to do is bypass addresses for a specific domain or IP range. You're right, in WinX 192.168.0.X will clear you for everything in that X range.

This is definitly a bug!

If anyone finds a resolution, let me know.

A$

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Regards,
Adam



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