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Proxomitron and Network Commands
Aug. 03, 2004, 06:59 AM
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Hi "garcot",
I haven't tried this out on a network, but I believe that if You use this Proxo "Patch" that You can set the IP range that Proxo can be accessed from. Click here for info & D/L

But I don't think that You can use "Proxo" to close connections on certain ports. Proxo only deals with Port 80 & 443<---(if You have the ssl .dll files). I wish that Proxo could monitor different ports. Smile!

Please let Me know how it turns out, . . .
Best Wishes & Safe-Surfin',
"JaK" [smoke]
PS: You will find this feature after You have Patched Proxo @ Configure-->"Access" tab" ~"JaK~
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[] - garcot - Aug. 03, 2004, 02:25 AM
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