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Proxy 7 years 1 month ago #32357

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Hello,
i was wondering is there way to use ADSL router as a proxy from a corporate network?
NIC information:

IP adress : 10.2.43.228
Subnet 255.0.0.0
DefaultGateway: 10.2.43.1

Also i have an ADSL router on IP 10.2.43.235.
So, when i change a default gateway address to 10.2.43.235 i have no problems with internet access ( all corporate filters do not have influence on me ). But with such a configuration, i am not able to use any of corporate resources. I was thinking is there any way to use that ADSL router as a proxy in my browser settings? Appreciate any suggestion :D
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Re: Proxy 7 years 1 month ago #32360

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I have never heard of a ADSL modem that can act as a proxy, but there probably is one out there. That being said, the following assumes your running Windows.

What you could do is do a little old fashion route manipulation on your box.

What you could do is set your default gateway to the ADSL box then add routes for all your other private networks. So say you use the 10.x.x.x in command prompt do the following.

route ADD 10.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 10.2.43.1

So anything destined to a 10x address will go to your 10.2.43.1 and everything else will go to 10.2.43.235.
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Re: Proxy 7 years 1 month ago #32361

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Although I'm not sure I got the topology of your network pictured or the details of the question. But if you mean proxy in the SOCKS sense, then at first, the proxy can't be your gateway. The proxy is a server after/behind the gateway that all packets get directed to.

Kajitora's suggestion can work. You could also add that static route to the ADSL router with IP 10.2.43.235 itself instead of the PC. That way you don't have to do it on all your PCs. The ADSL router will forward corporate traffic back to the 10.2.43.1, and the rest will go by the default route to the internet.
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