To access library e-Journals, e-Books, e-Databases from home, you need to set up proxy by visitting choose Off Campus Access then follow the instructions. You use servers to connect to the Internet. You will have a main server that you use all the time, such as MSN or your local cable or telephone company. In most cases you will never need to change this server connection. However, if you ever need to temporarily connect to the Internet through another source, the temporary server is known as a proxy. Reasons for needing to connect to the Internet via a proxy are many and varied. If you should ever need to do this, you must configure Internet Explorer to use a proxy. How to Set up at your computer at home
  1. On the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, click Internet Options.How to use proxy's screen 01
  2. In the Internet Options, click Connections tab. Case 1 : For the patrons who are used Dial-up and Virtual Private Network settings, click to select your ISP, and then click Settings. Type the IP address of the proxy and click OK to close the LAN Settings dialog box. Case 2 : In the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings, and then click LAN Settings. lib_proxy02-3-m Type the IP address of the proxy and click OK to close the LAN Settings dialog box. lib_proxy02-4-m
  3. In the Website, connect to type User name And password of RU Network Access System
  4. Open Website at
RU Library proxy agreement The following items encompass the scope and content for using the Ramkhamhaeng University reference database for the RU students and staff who use the Internet from an ISP outside of Ramkhamhaeng University.
  1. This proxy is used for searching with reference databases only.
  2. Cancel this proxy when you have finished searching with the reference databases.
  3. You may not allow anyone else to use your user name and password.
  4. This proxy is the property of the R.U. Library. We reserve the right to stop using it if there is any damage resulting from any users and damage related to the university network.
  5. If you have any problems, please contact R.U. staff by telephone at 0-2310-8635, or by e-mail at:
  6. R.U. student users can use this proxy until they are out of student status.
  7. Other types of users can use this proxy with permission from the R.U. Library director.
  8. The R.U. Library reserves the right to change this agreement including any future amendments.