HTTP proxy service provides cache functions to accelerate service requests by retrieving content saved from a previous request made by the same client or even other clients. Caching proxies keep local copies of frequently requested resources, allowing us to significantly reduce their upstream bandwidth usage and costs, while significantly increasing performance.

Proxy service can be configured manually or automatically. Auto-configuration is recommended as it is more flexible and convenient. The most suitable proxy server will be selected automatically in the auto-configuration mode with better performance and adaptability.

How to configure your proxy settting :

Mozilla / Firefox

  1. Click FireFox  -> Options."firefoxProxy1eng"

    or  Click Tools -> Options
     "firefoxProxy1b"
  2. Click on the Advanced category.
  3. Click on the Network tab.
  4. Click on Settings under Connection. 
    "firefoxProxy2eng"
  5. Make sure that the checkbox next to Use  "Automatic Proxy configuration URL"  is checked
  6. In the Address text field, type in http://proxy.yzu.edu.tw/proxy.pac
  7. Click on OK
  8. Click on OK 
    "firefoxProxy3eng"

Internet Explorer 6.x/ 7.x /8.x

  1. Open Internet Explorer
  2. Click on Tools
  3. Click on Internet Options
    "ieProxy1eng" 
  4. Click on Connections
  5. Click on the LAN Settings button 
    "ieProxy2eng"
  6. Make sure that the checkbox next to Use automatic configuration script is checked
  7. In the Address text field, type in http://proxy.yzu.edu.tw/proxy.pac
  8. Click on OK
  9. Click on OK 
    "ieProxy3eng"

Attention: Please don't click "automatically detect settings".