How do I turn off proxy settings on my Iphone?
Hi, I have an IPHONE and have changed its location to China for testing purposes.
I have the following proxy settings in my web browser: No proxy auto dns name server ip proxy settings ip proxy server port 5.7.2, 5.0. I am not allowed on a mobile network or wifi here but it works in China? Any ideas?
Hello. 1) Are you connected with your cellular or WiFi internet when connecting to Proxy? 2) I have searched the internet, and I see no problem with using a proxy on iPhone. 3) There seems to be a bug in iOS 8 affecting iPhones with a proxy. There is an issue with certain applications blocking proxy connections. The best way to check this is to set your iPhone's proxy to Automatic Proxy Discovery and then restart the application. If the app behaves normal and you can connect directly to the proxy you've selected, then you can be assured that the iOS 8 bug is not affecting you.
Thanks for you responses. The settings seem to be working correctly in the browser but when I attempt to access other services such as twitter and the Internet I receive: Time to switch to proxy server for this site You must enter a proxy URL 0
Thanks for you responses. The settings seem to be working correctly in the browser but when I attempt to access other services such as twitter and the Internet I receive: Time to switch to proxy server for this site You must enter a proxy URL I have tried to turn off the proxy settings in the browser however this does not correct this problem. Also I am connected directly to the internet when at my office
I don't know how else to put it more clearly than to say, "I'm trying to stop the iPhone from using the Internet via a proxy." And I don't think I'm using a proxy. What I have is proxy settings in my browser: No proxy auto DNS name server ip proxy settings ip proxy server port 6.1)2 5.0, 5. On the phone are: 1. Browser settings 2. I tried disabling IPv6 in the network settings 3. No proxy auto 4.
What happens if I turn off proxy?
How do I configure a non-proxy HTTP server? If you are connected to a proxy, then the traffic will be routed to your proxy. The traffic will go through the proxy, and then the proxy will forward it to the destination.
A HTTP server is just a machine that has an HTTP endpoint that will accept and respond to HTTP requests. An HTTP server is just like any other server, except it usually runs on a computer instead of on a computer. The HTTP protocol is defined in a bunch of RFCs (mostly HTTP 1.1), but most modern operating systems have native HTTP support. For example, it's common for a desktop web browser to have a native HTTP server that serves local files, such as HTML documents, images, and so on.
For example, Firefox has an embedded HTTP server.
Should proxy settings be on or off?
I have been using my netgear smart wifi extender in conjunction with a laptop running windows 7 home premium 64 bit.
I have recently had the wife upgrade to vista home premium 32 bit. While we are in her house, which is a little over one mile from mine, she does not get "slow" speeds but there is nothing in my logs that indicates her pc is having any issues at all.etc. I have used the same method in windows xp and it did not give me any problems but I was curious if any of you have run into this. Any info would be appreciated. It depends
Hello, I can't access to some websites from time to time, but it seems to be working okay (no red triangles). After a couple of minutes it will not allow me to access. But I still can view the sites fine and I get no messages. Are you familiar with this behavior? My laptop is Acer Aspire V5-122G with a WLAN card Atheros AR5008
Thanks in advance. Alex. Can't even use your proxy settings. The "proxy settings" or "configure proxy" option is greyed out. Even manually set the proxies for my home IP address won't work. It depends
Hello, you're not alone. My log files also only say "no errors" and nothing in them at all. I tried rebooting many times but it didn't help. I have an HP notebook with integrated Intel PRO/Wireless Network Connection 2200 b/g WiFi LAN.
My problem solved, by disabling proxy settings. I just couldn't reach any proxy or whatever they're called. I turned my router off completely, went to my wireless network setting, and then disabled the "wireless network sharing" option. I couldn't reach any site or anything and after a few hours I enabled my wireless network settings again. And then I can reach any site.