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Frequently Asked Questions

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Will the proxy server work with my Internet connection?

The proxy server will work with DSL, cable, ISDN, or dial-up modem connections from most third party Internet Service Providers (AT&T, Comcast, Earthlink, etc.).

If you connect to the Internet through a firewall, you may experience problems.

You do not need the proxy server if your computer is connected to the Internet through the UC Berkeley network in a campus building or residence hall, or via AirBears2.

If you connect to the Internet through CalVisitor, you will not be able to access licensed library resources, or use the Library Proxy Server to access licensed library resources.

What do I do when asked to log into the proxy server within a resource that uses frames?

If authentication becomes necessary while you are working with a resource that uses frames, the login form will be displayed within one of the resource's frames. Generally this is no problem, but sometimes it is displayed in a short or narrow frame where it is hard to read.

You can usually adjust the dimensions of the frame by dragging its boundaries with the mouse. Alternately, you can use your "Tab" key to move from one field to another within that frame.

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