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[*] posted on 8-1-2006 at 01:32
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How To Set Up Proxies In Your Browser

You will realise its importance in accessing libraries

This is a small Tutor - try it out!

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How to set up proxies in your browser, (!!!!be anonymous and make the passes last longer...!!!!!!
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In Internet Explorer
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Click "Tools", then "Internet Options", the in the "connections" Tab, click the "LAN Setup" Button in the bottom. There is a "Proxy Servers", tick the "Use a proxy....." and then enter the proxy in the bigger textbox and the port (the part that comes after the ":") in the smaller textbox. Hit okay, and then go to


www.whatismyip.com
to see if the proxy is now your IP.


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In OPERA
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Click "Files", then "Preferences", then "Network", then click the button "Proxy Servers", tick "HTTP", fill in with the proxyort, click okay and that's it! Don't forget to check with


www.whatismyip.com


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In Firefox
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Tools -> Options
Then click the General Icon
Then the "Connection Settings..." button
Then click the "manually configure proxies" radio button, and enter the proxy address and port in the HTTP Proxy area.
Don't forget to check with:

www.whatismyip.com



www.proxy4free.com
www.safeproxy.org
www.megaproxy.com
www.guardster.com
www.silenter.com
www.anonymizer.com



Happy Anonymous surfing! :P


To be clear: if I give you 255.255.255.255:8080, that means 255.255.255.255 is the proxy and 8080 is the port.
To Optain Fresh and new proxies, u can alvays check Google.

[Edited on 8-1-2006 by ayush]

[Edited on 8-1-2006 by ayush]




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[*] posted on 8-1-2006 at 02:37


Thank you!! Great contribution! This seems to allow me to download from rapidshare!! Thank you again.



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[*] posted on 8-1-2006 at 02:49


Not only rapidshare !!

As and when I came across with University Library IP, I will post the IP Number to enable members to Download Journals / Books of subscribed by that library.

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[*] posted on 8-1-2006 at 03:35


128.223.6.111 Port:3124

Configure this proxy and enjoy 100s of journals from Springer and 87 Subscribed Chemistry journals from Ingenta.

1. Adsorption
2. Adsorption Science and Technology
3. Aerosol Science and Technology
4. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
5. Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology
6. Applied Spectroscopy
7. Biochemistry (Moscow)
8. Biotherapy
9. Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia
10. Chemical Society of Ethiopia
11. Catalysis Letters
12. Catalysis Surveys from Asia
13. Catalysis Surveys from Asia
14. Cattech
15. Cellulose
16. Central European Journal of Chemistry
17. Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
18. Chemistry and Ecology
19. Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils
20. Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds
21. Chemistry of Natural Compounds
22. Cluster Computing
23. Colloid Journal
24. Combustion Science and Technology
25. Doklady Chemical Technology
26. Doklady Chemistry
27. Doklady Physical Chemistry
28. European Journal of Biochemistry
29. Foundations of Chemistry
30. Free Radical Research
31. Glass and Ceramics
32. Glass Physics and Chemistry
33. High Energy Chemistry
34. Inorganic Materials
35. Interface Science
36. International Journal of Cosmetic Science
37. International Reviews in Physical Chemistry
38. Journal of Analytical Chemistry
39. Journal of Applied Electrochemistry
40. Journal of Applied Spectroscopy
41. Journal of Biomolecular NMR
42. Journal of Chemical Crystallography
43. Journal of Chemical Ecology
44. Journal of Chemical Research
45. Journal of Chromatographic Science
46. Journal of Cluster Science
47. Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design
48. Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry
49. Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers
50. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry
51. Journal of Polymer Research
52. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
53. Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology
54. Journal of Solution Chemistry
55. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
56. Kinetics and Catalysis
57. Laser Chemistry
58. Letters in Peptide Science
59. Liquid Crystals
60. Mechanics of Composite Materials
61. Molecular Diversity
62. OECD Guidelines for the Testing of Chemicals
63. Oil, Gas, Coal and Electricity - Quarterly Statistics - Électricité, charbon, gaz et pétrole - Statistiques trimestrielles
64. Oxidation of Metals
65. Particulate Science and Technology
66. Perspectives in Drug Discovery and Design
67. Plant Molecular Biology
68. Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing
69. Plasmas and Polymers
70. Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism
71. Protein Engineering
72. Radiochemistry
73. Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters
74. Research on Chemical Intermediates
75. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry
76. Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry
77. Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry
78. Russian Journal of Electrochemistry
79. Russian Journal of General Chemistry
80. Russian Journal of Organic Chemistry
81. Silicon Chemistry
82. SourceOECD Energy
83. Structural Chemistry
84. Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry
85. Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering
86. Topics in Catalysis
87. Transition Metal Chemistry

Note: After configuring proxy dont go stright away to ingenta or springer. Simply go to yahoo. And remember do not check any mail or browse any forum / site.
Because every activity will be logged by the server. And it is easy to trace out the misuse.

Wishing you the best.




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[*] posted on 8-1-2006 at 03:47


Inenta Medicine Journals Subcribed 316

Medical Journals URL:
h**p://w*w.ingentaconnect.com./content/subject?j_subject=196&j_availability=subs&x=19&y=13

Chemistry journals URL:
h**p://w*w.ingentaconnect.com./content/subject?j_subject=163&j_availability=subs&x=13&y=10




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[*] posted on 20-1-2006 at 18:17


That reminds me: Are there any current or recent university staff who are "game enough" to post full details of their University's FTPs here, including logins and passwords, from which scientific and other ebooks and programs can be downloaded?
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[*] posted on 9-3-2006 at 07:21


I have a question I have had success in the past by just following ayush's directions on pluging in the IP number and the port number.....but have had no luck lately.....how can I find out what database the particular school has, say boston college , once I get the correct proxy ans port....any suggestions, thanks.........solo



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[*] posted on 9-3-2006 at 08:20


for solo and other memebers of board.

Access through proxy is entering the library through back door. It is a loophole of particular university. If they correct it, it is not possible to access through proxy.

As long as head is there, headache will also be there. As long as libraries are there there will be volunerable proxies will be there. We have to find out them. Check your PM for proxy through which you can access SD. Others I have not tested.

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[*] posted on 10-10-2006 at 18:28


Quote:
Originally posted by ayush
for solo and other memebers of board.

Access through proxy is entering the library through back door. It is a loophole of particular university. If they correct it, it is not possible to access through proxy.

As long as head is there, headache will also be there. As long as libraries are there there will be volunerable proxies will be there. We have to find out them. Check your PM for proxy through which you can access SD. Others I have not tested.

... ayush
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[*] posted on 23-5-2007 at 07:20


I'm a bit confused.....ezproxie vs IP proxy it seems that the IP proxies are long lasting if used judiciously and log off as soon as the needed material is acquired....whereas the ezproxie seems to have a larger public audience and they last only days.....only to search again for a ezproxie that has the journal needed.

The confusion arises not knowing if both are one of the same.....and how does one go about finding University library Ip....is it to go to the University library and get their http address and then go to whoseipisit.com to find the Ip?......some clarification would be appreciated.......solo




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