CCProxy Quick Start

2018/01/15 01:31

CCProxy Server is an easy-to-use and friendly proxy software for Windows operating system including newer Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.

This is a quick start guide is for beginners who would like to build their own proxy server using CCProxy.

1. Download CCProxy latest version from our website.

Installation CCProxy

2. Once, downloaded, run the setup package (Figure 1).

Installer

Figure 1

3. Choose the installation directory and click "Next" button (Figure 2).

Installation directory

Figure 2

4. Continue to click "Next" button, till you reach "Install" button, click it to start CCProxy installation (Figure 3).

Proceed with installation

Figure 3

5. Now, at the end of installation, keep the "Launch CCProxy" checkbox checked and click "Finish" button (Figure 4)

Launch CCProxy

Figure 4

6. CCProxy will launch (Figure 5).

Figure 5

Configuring CCProxy

7. Open, your firewall settings and allow CCProxy in firewall (Figure 6)

Firewall

Figure 6

8. After that, Click "Options" button to open "Configuration" window (Figure 7)

CCProxy Options

Figure 7

9. Leave all options default for ports, then check "NT service" checkbox, and click "OK" button (Figure 8).

Note: By checking "NT Service" checkbox, CCProxy will work even with its UI closed in the background as a service in windows. Otherwise, CCProxy will only work when CCProxy is running on the desktop.

Figure 8

10. Furthermore, click "Account" button on the UI to open "Account Manager" window (Figure 9).

CCProxy account manager

Figure 9

11. On the "Account Manager" windows, click the "Permit Category" drop down and choose "Permit Only" option (Figure 10).

Permit Category

Figure 10

12. Now, click the "Auth Type" drop down and choose "IP Address" and then click "OK" button (Figure 11).

Authentication type

Figure 11

Adding User in CCProxy

13. Now, with "Auth Type" set as IP Address, click "New" button (Figure 12)

New user

Figure 12

14. On the "Account" window, checl the "IP Address/Range" check box and enter the IP range in your network, then click "OK" button (Figure 13).

IP range as user

Figure 13

15. The clients in the specified range will be added as a user, click "OK" to save the changes (Figure 14).

User added in ccproxy

Figure 14

Configuring Client for Access

16. Search for "Internet Option" and open it (Figure 15).

Client option

Figure 15

17. On the "Internet Options" window, click on "Connections" tab and then click on "LAN settings" button (Figure 16).

Connections

Figure 16

18. Check the "User as proxy server for your LAN" check box and then click "Advanced" button (Figure 17).

proxy options

Figure 17

19. Enter the IP and port number respective to what is set in the CCProxy Options window, then click "OK" button (Figure 18)

Proxy settings for client

Figure 18

20. Open internet explore or Google Chrome, it will go through CCProxy (Figure 19).

Client options

Figure 19

21. You can check if clients are going through CCProxy or not from the "Connection Information" window, opened when you click "Monitor" button on CCProxy UI (Figure 20).

Connection monitoring

Figure 20

Registering CCProxy

22. To register CCProxy with a serial code (license), click the "Register" button to open "Registration" window (Figure 21)

CCProxy registration

Figure 21

23. Enter the serial code, you received in email after purchasing CCProxy license, in the "License" field and then click "Register" button (Figure 22)

license code for ccproxy

Figure 22

24. A prompt will open "Register OK!" to inform of successful registration of your license in CCProxy.



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