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I think I may have uncovered a minor bug. I was trying to enter a range of IPs to bypass the proxy. I entered this as The setting took on the web console but the result was that nodes in that range were not bypassing. So, i went to delete the entry and was presented an error that the data was invalid. I am thinking that maybe the entry form for bypass does not contain the same checkpoints for data being provided.

So, I hope that helps for the developers of this product.

I am also curious how I should go about correctly entering a range of IPs, or an entire subnet, to bypass the proxy.

Any help is much appreciated. I am really enjoying ClearOS.
Wednesday, December 13 2017, 03:00 AM
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    Wednesday, December 13 2017, 12:59 PM - #Permalink
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    I think one of the things the bypass does is create a firewall rule and that type of IP address is not a valid form for the firewall. You'd need to use CIDR notation, so something like for I don't use the proxy so can't advice much further.
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