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If your computer connects to the Internet through a network protected by a firewall, you may need to specify a proxy server to get to webpages and other Internet resources. The server is called a “proxy” because Safari sends requests for webpages to the server instead of directly to the website.
Before you begin, ask your network administrator to tell you which type of proxy server to specify (for example, a web proxy server), the IP address or DNS name for the server, and a port number.
- Open Safari if it is not already open.
- Choose Safari > Preferences, and then click Advanced.
- Click Change Settings.The Network pane of System Preferences opens.
- Use the information you got from your network administrator to change the proxy settings,enter your ip port username and password.
- Click OK.
If your computer is connected to a local network that’s protected from the Internet by a firewall, you may need to specify proxy servers or use the FTP passive mode (PASV) to access some Internet sites. A proxy server is a computer on a local network that acts as an intermediary between a single computer user and the Internet so that the network can ensure security, administrative control, and caching service.
- Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, and then click Network.
- Choose the network service you use from the list, for example, Ethernet or AirPort.
- Click Advanced, and then click Proxies.
- If you configure your proxy server settings automatically, select Auto Proxy Discovery to automatically discover proxy servers, or select Automatic Proxy Configuration if you are using an automatic proxy configuration (PAC) file. If you select Automatic Proxy Configuration, enter the address of the PAC file in the URL field, or click Choose File to locate the PAC file. Check with your network administrator if you need more information.
- If you configure your proxy settings manually, do the following:
- Select a proxy server, such as FTP Proxy, and then type its address and port number in the fields on the right.
- Select the “Proxy server requires password” checkbox if the proxy server is protected by a password. Enter your account name and password in the Username and Password fields.
You can also choose to bypass proxy settings for specific computers on the Internet (hosts) and segments of the Internet (domains) by adding the address of the host or domain in the “Bypass proxy settings for these Hosts and Domains” field. This might be useful if you want to make sure you’re receiving information directly from the host or domain and not information that’s cached on the proxy server.
To bypass a single domain, enter the domain name, for example, apple.com.
To bypass all websites on a domain, use an asterisk before the domain name, for example, *.apple.com.
To bypass a specific part of a domain, specify each part, for example, store.apple.com.
Windows Internet Explorer automatically detects proxy settings. However, you might need to manually set a proxy with information supplied by your network administrator. Here’s how:
- Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
Click the Tools button , and then click Internet options.
- Click the Connections tab, and then click LAN settings.
- Select the Use a proxy server for your LAN check box.
- In the Address box, type the address of the proxy server.
- In the Port box, type the port number.
If your network requires separate proxy addresses and port numbers for different services, such as HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP, click the Advanced button, and then type the individual proxy server addresses and port numbers to use.
- When you’re finished making changes, click OK, and then click OK again.
If you follow the steps to change proxy server settings and still find that the address you type for a new proxy server isn’t remembered, here are some things to check:
- If you’re entering a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) or Internet address for the proxy server, be sure you’re using slashes (/) rather than backslashes () when typing the address. For example, type http://servername rather thanhttp:\servername.
- If you’re entering a universal naming convention (UNC) or local network address for the proxy server, make sure you’re using backslashes () rather than slashes (/). For example, type \servername rather than //servername.
Google Chrome uses your computer’s system proxy settings to connect to the network. Changing these settings will affect Google Chrome as well as other programs that connects to the Internet.
To set up or change network connections, follow these steps: