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#18738 22-Jan-2008 08:56
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At work our IP address comes from Australia even though we are based in Auckland - because of this, we can't access tvnzondemand and various other NZ only websites.

Is there anyway (that is legal) I can view NZ only websites and content with my Aussie based IP address?

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  #106064 22-Jan-2008 09:10
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install a separate internet connection and use local NZ ISP.




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  #106065 22-Jan-2008 09:12
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chiefie: install a separate internet connection and use local NZ ISP.


I'm at work - i can't install a seperate internet connection! No phone line for one.

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  #106066 22-Jan-2008 09:17
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The question of "legality" is interesting. Does the company allow streaming applications on their network?

Although most companies say "Internet resources" could only be used for work, we all know some applictions cause an excessive use. That's why some companies blocked Facebook and Trade Me for example.

Mind you, anything you do to access a site via a proxy will be slow - perhaps too slow to allow for video streaming for example.

One option is to install Hamachi Premium in two PCs and use its proxy features...




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  #106069 22-Jan-2008 09:37
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I'm working at a digital advertising agency so sometimes it would be helpful seeing tvnz on demand ads in action.

No biggie, i can see them at home, just wondering if there was a quick fix.

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  #106071 22-Jan-2008 09:48
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Then perhaps it is more wise to talk to your team leader and come up with a good case as to why you need a separate internet connection to do testing! That's how we have a separate connection to test our council websites from ADSL to get the exact feel as the public (when visiting our websites).

We have our ADSL connection connected to our PABX.




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  #106076 22-Jan-2008 10:16
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... i can see them at home, just wondering if there was a quick fix.

In that case, you could run a proxy on your home computer. Might not be worth the effort though.

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  #106081 22-Jan-2008 10:57
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... i can see them at home, just wondering if there was a quick fix.

In that case, you could run a proxy on your home computer. Might not be worth the effort though.


Good idea - remote desktop software woudl probably do the trick, it might work quite well now with the fs upload.



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#106083 22-Jan-2008 11:16
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A proxy is different from remote access - and remote access most of the times disable video for performance reasons.

Also the content you want is protected so it won't be available over remote desktop connections.




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  #106096 22-Jan-2008 12:24
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simon14:
Good idea - remote desktop software woudl probably do the trick, it might work quite well now with the fs upload.

I wouldn't even bother with YouTube-quality video over Remote Desktop on 100Mbit LAN.

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  #106109 22-Jan-2008 13:49
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Simon

I assume here that you have a connection with a New Zealand ISP, but the geo information on your assigned IP's is saying that the IP is based in ozzie, is this the case?

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  #107498 30-Jan-2008 07:06
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probably you could try virtual proxy for this, try following www.virtual-browser.com

does that work?

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  #107555 30-Jan-2008 15:14
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I found this os google. http://www.aliveproxy.com/proxy-list/proxies.aspx/Australia-au

You might be able to use one of test to connrct to where you desire.
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  #108311 3-Feb-2008 16:32
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Set yourself up with a SSH port forwarding.

Set up a SSH daemon (SSH server) to listen on your home connection if you have the internet/broadband at home.

If you are using Windows at work, use PuTTY to tunnel from your Work machine to home, and then out to the internet. Putty will set itself up as a SOCKS server on your local machine, listening on any port you want.

You tell your browser to connect to localhost. When your webbrowser views any pages, it will be from your home connection.

Its the #1 way to get past any firewall/proxy restrictions. Added bonus is you have sFTP access and remote control of your home machine via VNC or RDP or NX.

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  #108320 3-Feb-2008 17:10
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Nice post I found this site on tunneling  that looks  useful.



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  #109586 10-Feb-2008 07:34
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Yeah man it is handy eh. Some days I just have a fit and roll around on the floor because I found out something new I could do with SSH. The most recent one was having a GUI browsing folders on a remote machine like a widows file share, while using a terminal and proxy all over the one TCP port 22. I encourage anyone to set up a home SSH server with a big beefy passphrase. The functionality it provides to anyone away from their home box is indespensible.

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