Ricky Beam wrote:
> As an aside, they also have/had agressive transparent web proxying in
> the network... everything on port 80 coming and going is/was cached.
That's quite nice when it works, but sometimes the proxy breaks. Then
it really _sucks_.
You fetch a page and get a blank one or a different one. "Reload" gets
you the same broken page.
As usual the way around these problems is to have yourself an account on
a box on another network. Kinda defeats the point of having your own
"always-on" box at home.
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