It depends on your configuration. In our instance, EZProxy is configured
so that 132.241.x.x represents "on campus". Our VPN will give out
132.241.x.x IPs. So, if you use VPN, you are "on campus" in the eyes of
EZProxy (and thus would not be prompted for authentication).
So, basically what IPs is EZProzy including and what IPs does your VPN hand
out is the key question.
On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 10:46 AM, Joselito Dela Cruz
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Hi All,
> We use EZ Proxy for authentication and we always tell the staff who uses
> VPN to turn their VPN off so they can access our databases.
> Is this the right way? Looking for answers around and could not find
> any. I thought I would throw this in here.
> Thanks for feedbacks.
> Jay Dela Cruz