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    Hi in my org all the systems are connected to internet via proxy. This mean the IP's of all the systems in the org are not global IP's. am i right? Only the proxy server IP is the global IP. Global mean the IP registered with the service provider's DNS. is this assumption right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaragalla_murali View Post
    Hi in my org all the systems are connected to internet via proxy. This mean the IP's of all the systems in the org are not global IP's. am i right?
    Maybe. It all depends on the ip address.

    Only the proxy server IP is the global IP. Global mean the IP registered with the service provider's DNS. is this assumption right?
    It might be the only one in DNS.

    What are you trying to figure out?

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    I am trying to figure out the setup of my org. I think all the IP's in my org are global. I took my PC IP and did a lookup. I see the ip range getting listed. so they are global.

    now my question is when there is a proxy server running on some computer at particular port which gives access to internet. can i establish a connection on the internet without using proxy?

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    any idea?

    Hi i am trying to understand some concepts please help?

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    These question you should be asking your Network Admin. He/She will be able to tell you all of what you want to know.

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