Thursday, May 19, 2011

Proxy Server Address

Proxy servers are, essentially, "intermediate" servers; that is, they act as intermediates between users and other servers. They can serve several purposes: to block the user from certain websites, to screen the user's real IP from servers or from others, to allow users to access regionally restricted websites, to filter traffic before it reaches a main server and many others. While many users use specifically set-up proxy servers, others without as much expertise will sometimes log in to pre-set-up proxy servers via common Web links. In this case, it can be useful to find out the IP address of the proxy server.

This article will help you to find out my proxy server address
  1. Connect to the Internet.
  2. Connect to your proxy server.
  3. Open your Internet browser.
  4. Navigate to the following website:
  5. Your IP should appear on the website immediately; for more information about the proxy, click on the "Trace Now" button on the Web page.