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Can someone give me advice about a proxy?

By levyhoba ·
Is there a way to set up a proxy for a wireless network so that you do not need to put a proxy address on every single laptop / phone?

It would be easiest to put the address and the port in the router but I can not find anything about this.

It's about a company with 2 branches, one building gets internet from the other building via a proxy. The proxy is now set manually on all wired connected PCs.
It is now the intention to build a wireless network, but that proxy should actually be set in a router or something else so that you do not have to put the proxy address in every wireless connected device.

Does anyone have an idea how I can solve this?

Thanks in advance.
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Search For It!

by cciedumpspoto In reply to Can someone give me advic ...

Today, there are lots of platforms, which provides you proxy, so just search for it, on Google and find the various proxies for the site you are using.

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How to setup the proxy?

by vikdaswani In reply to Can someone give me advic ...

Proxy servers are either public services that promise to bypass content restrictions on the internet or are imposed on private networks by the administrator (this is the case for corporate networks) who wants to control and optimize the access to the internet. Regardless of the need to use a proxy server, when you use a web browser, you may have to set this up. This tutorial shows you how to set a proxy server in all the major browsers for Windows: Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Opera.

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