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    I setup RabbIT2 proxy on my linux box. It strips out ads, resizes images to 2% and compresses text. My comcast account has 40kbyte/sec upstream, 400kbytes/sec downstream, so it works pretty fast. I will share the address with first 10-20 people. Preferably T-mo customers, so I don't have to bother with other IP ranges
    Last edited by slvr00gt; 05/21/2004 at 01:14 PM.
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    I tried it out in the past and had some issues with it. If you are using Sprint it appears that they are using a upstream transparent proxy which attaches NoProxy and quite a few other things that RabbIT doesn't like to the requests.

    I'd love to see if you've had more luck that I did in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob600
    I tried it out in the past and had some issues with it. If you are using Sprint it appears that they are using a upstream transparent proxy which attaches NoProxy and quite a few other things that RabbIT doesn't like to the requests.

    I'd love to see if you've had more luck that I did in the past.

    I have T-mobile and it works great! At this poing I only have T-mobile wireless ip range opened up for proxy in my firewall. When you try to connect, for the first time, it will fail, but I will see your source (as dropped request) in the log file and enable your range.
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    I've used RabbIT2 on my Linux box for months with Sprint as my carrier. No problems at all. Maybe you should try again?

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