Re: Slightly OT: Proxy Settings in IE

123.123.123.*, etc. is how the subnets have been defined.  I just wanted
to clarify that IP ranges could be specified.

Thanks.

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From: Jim Harrison [mailto:jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
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How was the subnet defined?
If you're referring to 123.123.123.*-type definitions, then yes; it'll
work,
but if you're looking to use something like 123.123.123/23, then no, it
won't.

 Jim Harrison
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----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2003 20:21
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Jim,

Isn't it that the option 'Bypass Proxy Server for Local Addresses' only
checks host name, but the exceptions list can be used to bypass a domain
name or range of IP addresses?

I have several clients that use subnets in the exceptions field.

Jason

-----Original Message-----
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Unfortunately, IE doesn't understand subnets; that field was
specifically
intended for hostnames and FQDN.

 Jim Harrison
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sullivan, Neil (CALBRIS)" <Neil.Sullivan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2003 18:11
Subject: [isalist] Slightly OT: Proxy Settings in IE


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Having a bit of a problem with IE6 proxy server overrides..
Situation is our network has many subnets, with many devices on it that
need
to be in a proxy exception list. Normal domain stuff is in a
*.domain.com
override and that's sweet.
Problem is when I apply our exception list via Group Policy

ie *.domain.com;200.1.1.*;200.1.2.*;200.1.3.* etc... ( List is 433 Chars
long)

There is a limit to how many characters can be applied (Kb209252)
Manually it is 985, via IEAK it is 259 (and I assume via GP too) - the
net
result is that IE ignores ALL the exception string if you go over 259
chars...

Does anybody know if there is a way to enter an IP range in there - have
tested but cannot seem to get it to work myself.

ie 200.1.1-200.*

Anybody else had this situation?

Cheers
Neil



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