| TIME WARNER CABLE INTERNET USERS:
SETUP A PROXY TO VIEW INFOWARS SITES
Infowars.com | October 6, 2005
Recent issues with Time Warner internet access has left their subscribers unable to view all but one of our network of websites. Tech savvy readers from all over have offered suggestions of how to work around the issue and get access to the sites. One such option is to set up a proxy server in your browser's internet settings.
Below is a brief explaination of how to setup a proxy server in Internet Explorer:
First go to a free access proxy site such as publicproxyservers.com and obtain a proxy server address and port.
We recommend choosing one located in an english speaking country. For this tutorial we used:
proxy server address: 220.127.116.11
port number: 80
From your browser's menu bar, select " Tools " and then " Internet Options "
In the Internet Options window that pops up, select the " Connections " tab.
In the " Connections " tab, click the " LAN Settings " button
In the " Lan Settings " window that opens, make sure the "Use proxy server..." option is selected.
Then enter the proxy server address in the address field and the port number in the port field.
Click OK to save the LAN Settings & click OK again to save the Internet Settings.
Now you should be able to view sites in the infowars network.
Click here for more information on proxy servers.