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exclude proxy for certain domain

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Hi In network setting when I set a proxy I want to exclude the proxy for all sites using a certain domain like .net fro example. so that each site or address has a .net in the end of it, be excluded from being proxied. is that possible? how do I do that? thanks

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This should be possible by either adding the top level domain to the list of exceptions using .net or by using a wildcard implementation that matches any domain with that top level domain using *.net.

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This should be possible by either adding the top level domain to the list of exceptions using .net or by using a wildcard implementation that matches any domain with that top level domain using *.net.

Hope this helps.

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Wesley Branton said

This should be possible by either adding the top level domain to the list of exceptions using .net or by using a wildcard implementation that matches any domain with that top level domain using *.net. Hope this helps.

thanks a lot that helped. and if you could help, is there anyway that we can exclude all domains that their servers are located within a specific country? for example I want to exclude all domains and addresses that their servers are located at France as an example

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Unfortunately, that's not possible.

The best you could do is exclude the top level domains .fr, but that would only exclude the few French websites that have a regional domain. It would do nothing to exclude French websites that are operating other some other top level domain, like .com or .org.

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Note that some website use mirrors for main content and for CDN delivery that are located in your vicinity for fast access.

You could use a PAC file to have finer control.

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cor-el said

Note that some website use mirrors for main content and for CDN delivery that are located in your vicinity for fast access. You could use a PAC file to have finer control.

can you explain this more for my case? thanks

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