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New Proxy Server (1)

New proxy server on port 80 , 8080 , 3128

Checked by Elite Proxy Switcher
2007-10-05 02:43:02
Timeout: 30s

[High Anonymous / Level1 Proxies (5)] 2172ms 8391ms 1125ms 703ms 1438ms

[Anonymous / Level2 Proxies (8)] 1250ms 1672ms 5532ms 1829ms 1797ms 1375ms 2500ms 22563ms

[Transparent / Level3 Proxies (28)] 687ms 2000ms 2234ms 2797ms 4531ms 2219ms 891ms 7547ms 12360ms 3047ms 2782ms 2688ms 6657ms 2485ms 1110ms 1438ms 2704ms 29094ms 1484ms 1094ms 1875ms 1594ms 2047ms 1484ms 1516ms 4172ms 5469ms 8266ms


Elite Proxy Switcher (Version: 1.03)

Elite Proxy Switcher (EPS) is a professional proxy checker and proxy switcher for your browsers. It can test the details (speed, anonymity, country and whether gateway, ssl/https, dangerous or codeen) of the proxy and automatically change the proxy settings of your browsers (Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox). However EPS is quite small (~530kb), with so many functions built in.
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What is a proxy server ?

A proxy server is an interface between your browser and the destination server. The proxy server will take your page request and handles for your browser the connection to the destination. These proxy servers are also able to cache pages. If such a proxy is configured to cache it will at first take look to its local cache if the requested page already exist. If not it can search in other caching proxy servers or makes directly the request to the destination. This depends on the configuration for the proxy.

The advantage of using a common caching proxy server is given by the probability to find a page in the local cache. The probability is in general expressed by the hit rate. A cache with several Gb size and a lot of users can reach a hit rate of 30 to 40 percent. Frequently requested pages for instance the help pages of your browser might be almost every time in the cache. In case that the page is not in the local cache you shouldn't see any difference in the elapsed time of a direct request or a request handled by a proxy server.