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You may connect to any of the current active proxy servers using the address and port numbers below. Use this list as a reference when configuring your web browser. For a comprehensive guide, please see Getting Started.

This list will be periodically updated to prevent spam. New addresses and port numbers will be updated here, and announced in social media channels. Our standard servers operate at T1 speeds.

Automatic Proxy Configuration

If your web browser supports Automatic Proxy Configuration, you may want to use it instead to provide redundancy and automatic updates should the proxy server addresses and port numbers change. It will automatically switch to alternate proxies if the intended proxy cannot be reached.

Automatic Configuration is supported by the following web browsers:

  • Netscape Navigator 2.0+ and newer
  • Internet Explorer 4.0+ and newer.

Terms of Use

By using any of the ProtoWeb services, you agree to the terms outlined in the User Agreement.

Primary Proxy Server

This server simulates a T1 connection.

Name Protocol Address Port
inode-1 HTTP 7851
FTP 7851
Proxy auto-config URL

Secondary Proxy Server

This server simulates a T1 connection.

Name Protocol Address Port
inode-2 HTTP 7852
FTP 7852
Proxy auto-config URL

56k Proxy Server

This server shapes traffic to simulate a 56k modem. The actual transfer rate is about ~4.7 kB/s.

Name Protocol Address Port
inode-56k HTTP 7856
FTP 7856
Proxy auto-config URL

retroweb/servers.txt · Last modified: 2020-12-26 20:26 by omolini