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Re: Proxy by domain in Firefox

I use proxy autoconfiguration at home to point various things at my internal proxy or an alternative proxy (or to bypass both). It's way more flexible than the browser menus are, and it's pretty easy to set up. And makes it easier to configure several machines the same way.


On July 4, 2015 2:39:26 PM CDT, Erich Schroeder <erich@museum.state.il.us> wrote:
Maybe the add-on "AutoProxy" would help you out? I've not used it, so 
I'm not sure.


On 07/01/2015 11:16 AM, Herbie wrote:
Being far too lazy to setup a VPN, I use an SSH tunnel to connect to
my works network, and set Firefox to use that tunnel.

I don't want to tunnel all my traffic tho'.

If I setup a manual proxy, Firefox has a box that says 'No proxy for'
and you enter the domain, or IP range or whatever. Is there anyway to
get the opposite effect?

I just want to proxy for my work domain, and have all my other web
traffic go locally and skip the proxy/ssh tunnel combo.


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