Explore the Physical Web in 3 easy steps.
Get beacons. On supported Android devices, you can use Beacon Toy to transform your phone into an Eddystone beacon. Otherwise, choose from a variety of beacon manufacturers.
Configure beacons. You’ll have to select which URLs you’d like to broadcast (browsers such as Chrome and Nearby Notifications only support HTTPS) and how far and often you want your beacons to broadcast.
Deploy. Place your beacons in a physical space. Anyone who passes by with a Physical Web-compatible service will see your URL.
$wc = new-object net.webclient;
$proxyUri = new-object system.uri(“<PROXY>”);
$wc.Proxy = new-object system.net.WebProxy($proxyUri, $true);
$cachedCredentials = new-object system.net.CredentialCache;
$netCredential = new-object system.net.NetworkCredential(“<USERNAME>”, “<PASSWORD>”);
$cachedCredentials.Add($proxyUri, “Basic”, $netCredential);
$wc.Proxy.Credentials = $cachedCredentials.GetCredential($proxyUri, “Basic”);
PS: Find proxy using: netsh winhttp show proxy