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I'm a first-time n00b on Mac (but have been doing computers since before PC's). This Mac has 2 VLANs, vlan0 in IPv4, vlan1 in IPv6. Safari can surf via IPv4 squid proxy OK. Safari can surf via IPv6 natively, if I switch off the proxy. How do I set up the Settings -> Network -> Interface -> Advanced -> Proxies to "bypass" IPv6?

Current Settings include variations along the lines of ...

"*.local,,, , ::, ipv6 " 

but don't work as expected.

I want Safari to go out on its own with IPv6, not crash at the proxy with "malformed URL"

Thanks, //rhi

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Mac is not MAC. – Arjan Apr 22 '10 at 15:16

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