Proxomitron andCompression Routine

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by octogen, Oct 1, 2003.

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  1. octogen

    octogen Registered Member

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    My ISP offers a compression routine that allows web pages to be loaded up to five times faster. It supposedly acts as a proxy. My problem is that I would like to continue to use Proxomitron. Is there a way to setup Proxomitron so that I can use both? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. libbo1

    libbo1 Registered Member

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    I suspect you are referring to AOL or Earthlink's broadband offering. If so it should not cause a problem with your proxy. To my knowledge, frequently visited pages ect are cached for faster access (not really a proxy) as u are right . . . you can not have to simultaneous proxies.

    I think it is 'poetic license' for them to call it broadband but its 'Custer's last stand 'for the dail-ups.

    If i'm wrong here or misunderstood your ?, smarter dudes will be along and correct me!
     
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    DolfTraanberg Registered Member

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    You can configure Proxomitron to use an external proxy
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    octogen Registered Member

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    Thanks, Dollfie and libbo1. I visited Proxomitron's forum and found out you can chain another proxy to Proxomitron, as Dollefie stated. Thanks again.
     
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