Step 1: Codeen
CoDeeN is an academic testbed Content Distribution Network (CDN) built on top of PlanetLab by the Network Systems Group at Princeton University. This testbed CDN consists of a network of high-performance proxy servers. Currently, proxy servers have been deployed on many PlanetLab nodes. These proxy servers behave both as request redirectors and server surrogates. They cooperate with each other and collectively provide a fast and robust web content delivery service to CoDeeN users.
What you need to do is
1. Go to any major search engine i.e. google, yahoo, msn and type in codeen.
a. i used google
2. the first one is usually your choice. click it.
Step 2: Nodes
it will then take you to a site with lots of numbers......
Step 3: IP adressess
Step 4: Tools
Then click the advanced tab-- the one that looks like the spokes from a wheel. then click the network tab and finally click the settings button.
Step 5: Proxy configuration.
heres where you need to go back to codeen in a completely new window or tab (see steps 1-3).
look for an ip address that reads good next to it.
The port can either be 3128 or 3124 but it has to be one of those. whichever one works better.
i used the first one in the green box.