Configuring Your Proxy: MAC OS X

Starting January 2015, you may now use proxy.upd.edu.ph / port 8080 for ALL your DilNet connections (LAN, WiFi and Dormitories).

1) Right click on your Airport icon located on the upper right area of the window and select “Open Network Preferences”.

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2) A new window will appear.

A. For those connecting via WiFi. Select the “Airport” or “Wi-Fi” option on the panel located on left side of the window.

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B. For those connecting via a wired connection. Select the “Ethernet” option on the panel located on left side of the window.

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3) After selecting the appropriate network connection (in the picture below, WiFi), click the “Advanced” button near the lower right corner of the window. A new window will appear.

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4) Select “Proxies” and a configuration page will appear.

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5) To determine which proxy address to use, click this link to open the article “Which Proxy Should I Use?”.

A. For facultyproxy, or accessing DilNet WiFi and/or Dormitories.

a. Select “Web Proxy Server (HTTP)”.

b. Type in the proxy address you will be using on the uppermost text field (in this case, proxy.upd.edu.ph).

c. Right beside the proxy address is the port number; type “8080”.

d. Tick the checkbox for “Proxy server requires password”, then type in your UP Webmail username and password onto the appropriate text fields. Do the same for “Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS)”, “FTP Proxy”, “SOCKS Proxy”, and “Streaming Proxy (RTSP)”.

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B. For other LAN proxies.

a. Select “Web Proxy Server (HTTP)”.

b. Type in the proxy address you will be using on the uppermost text field (in this case, proxy.upd.edu.ph).

c. Right beside the proxy address is the port number; type “8080”. Do the same for “Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS)”, “FTP Proxy”, “SOCKS Proxy”, and “Streaming Proxy (RTSP)”.

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6) Click “OK” from the lower right window.

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7) Select “Apply”.

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