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Wifi-Proxy-List-Shown"F" Wifi proxy, IP address and ports show false. The proxy shows up in my browser only if my iPhone or iPad connected to a wifi with a connection higher than the wifi router.
Web proxy and a device need to be connected to the internet but they both can't be. When a mobile phone connects to the Internet it uses wireless LAN to connect to a local area network.
For wireless LAN connection to be established the phone first connects to the wireless access point and then moves to the Internet using the IP address and ports indicated by the access point.
Note that this IP address and ports are specified in the connection information sent from the access point to the phone, and they need to be static. Usually they are the IP address and ports of a web proxy server running on the access point.
As the phone moves from the access point to the internet, the IP address and ports that the phone used to connect to the access point will not work in the connection to the internet. The IP address and ports from the access point will be reflected in the phone's local IP address and ports, but the browser or software running on the phone will not use them.
Thus it is not possible for both the phone and the web proxy to be connected to the internet at the same time.
The proxy needs to be connected to the internet but not to the phone. Hence when the phone is connected to the Internet it is necessary for the web proxy to be connected to the Internet at a port different from the port used by the phone.
If the phone and the web proxy are connected to the Internet through the same port they can connect to each other easily, but as this is not feasible it is necessary for the phone and the web proxy to be connected to the Internet through different ports.
Google Chrome for iOS restricts using the proxy settings in Firefox. This article describes how to configure your iPhone or iPad running iOS 10 or later to use proxy settings in Firefox.
Note that this article applies only to users of Firefox in Safari Mode on iOS 10 or later. It does not apply to Safari on iOS 9 or earlier, or if you use Firefox on a device that uses iOS 10.
This article uses the term proxy to describe the settings in "Settings", "General", "Network", "Wifi Settings", "More" and "Wifi" that allows you to use a proxy server.
Before proceeding, be sure that you have the latest version of Safari for iOS installed. If you are not sure what version of Safari you have installed, you can check this using the following command in Terminal:
Settings> General> About> More Info
If you have the latest version of Safari, then you have version 14.0.5. If you have an earlier version of Safari, then you have version 13.1.1. 0b46394aab