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    Quote Originally Posted by box_l View Post
    Hi,
    I have wanted to use a .pac file for all the schools we support, the thing is, we have inherited a set of schools with 192.168. address sets.

    This is what everyone seems to have at home too so basing the pac on isInNet(myIpAddress() is a bit of a non-starter.

    Is there any way I can use some other part of the DCHP provided config?

    Like the DNS server address or default gateway maybe?

    TIA

    BoX
    rename (or link) the proxy.pac file to wpad.dat then make a dns entry for "wpad" with the ip address of the webserver.
    set the browser to 'autodiscovery' at which point it will look for http://wpad/wpad.dat - if it fails it should go direct, otherwise will use the proxy.pac file settings.

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