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Old 07-05-2005, 10:48 AM
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Default Setting proxy
I have a LAN and a pc server using Windows XP. I just install a client computer using PC-BSD. What should I do so the client can share the internet connection. Please give a step by step guide on how to set the proxy of the client. Other computer (in the LAN) that using Windows is working fine connecting to internet. How to set the PCBSD client?

I use a hub/switch to connect all the computer.
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Old 07-18-2005, 09:11 PM
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Default Re: Setting proxy
Originally Posted by Baron
I have a LAN and a pc server using Windows XP. I just install a client computer using PC-BSD. What should I do so the client can share the internet connection. Please give a step by step guide on how to set the proxy of the client. Other computer (in the LAN) that using Windows is working fine connecting to internet. How to set the PCBSD client?

I use a hub/switch to connect all the computer.

add to /etc/csh.cshrc
Code:
setenv HTTP_PROXY http://proxy.server.com:8080
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