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How to Configure Proxy Settings on Chrome

How to Configure Proxy Settings on Chrome browser

How to Configure Proxy Settings on Chrome

How to configure proxy settings on Chrome

1. Open Google Chrome
2. Navigate to:
Chrome Settings > Advanced > System or by copying and pasting in the following link: 
chrome://settings/?search=proxy
3. Click on “Open Your Computer’s Proxy Settings
How to Configure Proxy Settings on Chrome

Follow the procedure for Windows and Mac OS as shown below:

Windows

1. Click on the “Proxy” tab in the settings window.
2. Under Manual Proxy Setup, turn on “Use a proxy server”.
3. Enter the following URL and Port in the Address and Port fields:
• Address: http://gw.ntnt.io
• Port: 5959
How to Configure Proxy Settings on Chrome

Mac OS X

1. Select HTTP under “Select a protocol to configure“.
2. Change the URL in the Address field to gw.ntnt.io
3. Insert NetNut username (including ‘-cc-country_code) and password in the Username and Password fields;
*Specify a Country: Replace ‘any’ in your NetNut username with the country code (cc) of your desired Geo-location.
For example:
United States: username-cc-us
Germany: username-cc-de
Spain: username-cc-es
How to Configure Proxy Settings on Chrome
4. Click “OK“.
5. Select “Apply
6. Check the IP using Chrome
 

Done! You can now explore the web using NetNut proxies 
directly from your Chrome browser.

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