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Posted: Nov 9 2007, 10:56 AM
Member No.: 688
Joined: 9-November 07
My work has an unusual network setup.
Network A (standard), has
* site blocking
* Very strong firewall, routing
Network B (webserver) has
* no site blocking
* more open firewall - but still limited.
* webservers and other equipment
So far, just the normal DMZ zone.
Network C (super-users)
These users can access both A and B (within firewall rules), BUT they have to login (again) to gain access to A and B. THEN depending if the proxy is on or off, web traffic is routed one way or the other.
By using foxyproxy, this is all automatic! YEA!
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