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suggest good lan proxy for mixed brid of windows machines.

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#1 franksvotani


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Posted 09 August 2010 - 03:37 PM


Friends any body can help me finding ultimate Lan proxy for my office pc's ?

at my office i have two internet connections and there are 10 machines. 6 of them have windows 7,
4 of them have windows xp sp2.

all works fine but i need to share internet connection between all of them. i have two connections one
is unlimited and other one is limited. now i want to setup proxy for them in one of my windows 7 machine.

i have already tried Freeproxy but it works sometime and after that it crashes. anybody having same type of
config at office and running good proxy? then plz suggest me one.

the main thing here is i need proxy that works on windows 7. as mostly my new systems are based on windows 7. and
the computer which will have internet connection will also have windows 7. :thumbsup:

thanks for reading this much. Have a good day.

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#2 kennzsniper


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Posted 10 August 2010 - 06:25 AM


May I ask why you need the proxy?

It would be better to get a router that does load balancing.

You can share the internet access without having to consume that much electricity a normal PC would consume. It would also be lighter on the UPS load.
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