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#11617 2-Feb-2007 11:40
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Anyone know of any free open NZ proxy servers? My brother wants to watch the NZ sevens from nzoom.com from the USA but its only open to NZ residents. If not, is there any softwre I can use to record the stream from my home computer and upload to my own webserver so he can watch it slightly delayed?

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  #59578 2-Feb-2007 11:44
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You could use Hamachi to make your own PC an HTTP proxy, however I think its limited to 2MB per session for the free version.




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  #59580 2-Feb-2007 11:55
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There's no traffic limit on Hamachi Free. The main difference in the Premium version is the ability to run as a service.




 

 

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Thanks, will give it ago

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  #59582 2-Feb-2007 12:07
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From http://www.hamachi.cc/compare/


Built-in Web proxy
An option to use Hamachi as a simple web proxy. This way, your Hamachi peers may configure their Web browsers to access the Internet via your computer and therefore protect their Web traffic while it is in transition between you and them.

This feature is typically used for securing Web surfing from untrusted locations including cybercafes, coffee houses, hotels, etc

* Free accounts are limited to proxying to 2.5MB of traffic per Hamachi login. The traffic counter can be reset by re-connecting the proxying Hamachi client to the system. yes* yes




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I cant seem to get the built in proxy to work. Has anyone else had any luck with this?

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