How to configure a CC proxy

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How to configure a CC proxy
CCProxy guards access to the Internet from a local area network. (network image by Edvin selimovic from

CCProxy is a software package created by Youngzsoft. It can be configured to act as a network address translator for a local area network (LAN) to offer access to the Internet. As well as acting as a gateway to Internet access, it can be used as a content filter, blocking access to a list of banned sites. CCProxy works on the Microsoft Windows environment and is compatible with the following versions: Win 98, WinME, WinNT, Win 2000, WinXP, Win 2003, Vista, Win 7 and Win 2008. For this guide it is assumed that CCProxy is being installed on a computer that has access to the Internet. It is assumed that this computer has the LAN address and all the other computers on the LAN have subsequent addresses, such as, and so on.

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  1. 1

    Enter the clients' addresses into CCProxy. In the CCProxy main window, select "Account." Set the "Auth Type" to IP Address. The Account Manager window will appear. Set the "Permit Category" to "Permit Only" and the Press the "New" button. An account window will open. Enter the LAN IP address of one of the computers in the network. Click "Save" and "OK." The account window will close. Now there is one record in the Account Manager screen.

  2. 2

    Open the Internet Explorer browser on the computer for which you have just created an account in CCProxy. Go to "Internet Options," which is accessible from the Tools menu by selecting "Options." Click on the "Connections" tab and find the "LAN Settings" button. In the next window that opens, check "Use a proxy server for your LAN" and click the "Advanced" button. Enter "" in "Proxy Address to use" for each entry and "808" in "Port" for each entry, except for the SOCKS line, where "1080" should be used. Click "OK" to close the Proxy Settings window. Click "OK" In the LAN Settings window to close it and again in the Internet Options window.

  3. 3

    Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for each computer on your LAN. This procedure gives Internet access to each computer configured.

  4. 4

    Block access to banned websites by pressing the Web Filter button in the Account Manager. Select the type of filter: Site, URL or Content. Give the filter a name in the "Web Filter Name" field. The following fields are to be filled according to what sort of filter is being set up. Elements in lists entered in these fields should be separated by a semicolon. Wild cards can be used. "?" represents a character, "*" represents a string. You can define combinations of filters as one named filter. It is only possible to apply one filter per user.

  5. 5

    Apply the Web filter to each account by clicking on an account in the "Account Manager" window and pressing "Edit." In the "Account" window, check the "Web Filter" box and select the required filter from the drop-down list. Click on "Save" and "OK."

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