|Main Window Overview
CProxy Server has been designed to remove the complications associated with
proxy servers and allow a non-IT professional the chance to administrate such a system in
a simple to use, point & click environment.
All of the System Options are available by clicking on the
various menu bars located at the top of the screen. For more information on these, please
see the Glossary Section.
CProxy Server: Main
The cache capacity graph shows the usage as a percentage of the cache space allocated by
the Administrator. As more sites are accessed and downloaded into cache, bars on the graph
will change colour as more space is used. When the cache level exceeds 90% of capacity,
the automatic cache clear down will start and remove the oldest items first and continue
to remove cached items until the level drops below 90%.
This graph represents the number of items retrieved from the
cache as a percentage of the total number of items requested.
Items in Cache
Shows the amount of files currently stored in the cache directory.
The throughput counter displays the amount of data currently
passing through CProxy Server to the Internet. Throughput is displayed in Bytes.
The display counter has a dual-purpose. When CProxy Server
uses a permanent connection or is not connected to the Internet at the present moment,
CProxy will display the current time in this field. When CProxy connects to the Internet
via a Modem or ISDN adapter, the display timer will show the amount of time in minutes and
seconds before CProxy disconnects due to inactivity (default 3 minutes).
The Status bar displays the task that CProxy Server is currently performing. This can be
supplemented by the CProxy Logging Window which is available from the Utilities menu.
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