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    Bypassing Transparent proxies

    Is it possible to bypass transparent proxies? or to browse anonymously without being logged by squid?

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    Re:Bypassing Transparent proxies

    [quote author=-JhAzEr- link=board=1;threadid=8659;start=0#msg78194 date=1076123655]
    Is it possible to bypass transparent proxies?
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    Or use BitTorrent if you are behind a transparent proxy, I couldn't download Mandrake 9.2.1 :-(

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    Re:Bypassing Transparent proxies

    From the little I've used a transparent proxy, it was all done from behind a NAT on a LAN by playing with DNS entries. So if you can resolve your DNS elsewhere, then you should be able to do it.


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