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OS 10.4 - How to config double proxy level on Mac


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Hello,

I usually connect to school network. So if I want to access internet webpage I have to get through via school proxy server 192.168.4.101:8080

That many users are accessing this proxy at the same time causes restricted access from several sites. Thus, I wonder whether I can use one more proxy from external server to get it through?

My Macbook --> [School Prox]192.168.4.101 ---> [External Prox]A.B.C.D --> Restricted sites

Thanks for help!
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