Ubuntu Networking :: Setup A Proxy Server Who Just Redirect The Internet Connection To My Second Computer?
Jan 9, 2011
I want to settup a proxy server who just redirect the internet connection to my second computer. I try Squid Proxy but its too complicated for me. Can you sugest me another more simple program to do what i want?
I currently have my server setup with a web page and ssh. I am looking to find a way to access the internet from my work computer, but all proxies that I can find have been blacklisted...I can however access my home server webpage. Is it possible to create my own proxy so I can surf from my work laptop?
What I want to do is to share the internet connected to a computer with a telephone, over another telephone which is permanently connected to the pc.The thing is, that some guys found a way of making this on windows, in fact, I already set it up on xp and works like a charm, it involves configuring in a certain way the telephone,d to use 2 programs. One is CCProxy, which redirects the internet connection to the telephone, and another one, which updates the IP adress of the telephone connection to dyndns, so that I can put that adress on my second telephone as proxy, and this way, surf on the net through my home internet on the telephone anywhere. Tricky right?
Now, the thing is I don't like at all booting windows only for sharing internet with my telephone. So I want to do it in linux. I use Ubuntu and Puppy linux home.I tried setting up the connection to the modem with wvdial, and... I got connected! But hey, when I connect to the telephone, I lost my internet connection (main, cable based, the pc connection) :-S. I mean, somehow, the "active" connection for the browsers and all the internet programs is now the connection I have made with my telephone, which is plugged to the computer.Now my objective here is that NO CHANGE of active connections get done when I start the connection to the phone, and then, get a program like CCProxy, and a dyndns updater for sharing the internet connection on the pc, to the connection made on the telephone-modem wired to the computer.Am I clear? I know it is confusing, and it took me weeks to understand how it works and get it done in windows. But now... Ubuntu is what I want.
I've two internet based server ( xx.xx.xx.xx and yy.yy.yy.yy ) The Y server is running VNC server and is responsible for answering to VNC sessions. But I need to hide the IP of Y server so I want X server to be as VNC Proxy and redirect all VNC sessions to Y server.
I guess the best way is to use iptables but actually I can't get it working so
What I want to do is to share the internet connected to a computer with a telephone, over another telephone which is permanently connected to the pc.The thing is, that some guys found a way of making this on windows, in fact, already set it up on xp and works like a charm, it involves configuring in a certain way the telephone, and to use 2 programs. One is CCProxy, which redirects the internet connection to the telephone, and another one, which updates the IP adress of the telephone connection to dyndns, so that I can put that adress on my second telephone as proxy, and this way, surf on the net through my home internet on the telephone anywhere. Tricky right?
Now, the thing is I don't like at all booting windows only for sharing internet with my telephone. So I want to do it in linux. I use Ubuntu and Puppy linux home.I tried setting up the connection to the modem with wvdial, and... I got connected! But hey, when I connect to the telephone, I lost my internet connection (main, cable based, the pc connection) :-S. I mean, somehow, the "active" connection for the browsers and all the internet programs is now the connection I have made with my telephone, which is plugged to the computer.Now my objective here is that NO CHANGE of active connections get done when I start the connection to the phone, and then, get a program like CCProxy, and a dyndns updater for sharing the internet connection on the pc, to the connection made on the telephone-modem wired to the computer
I have configured a squid proxy server with @2 eth in different network subnet and with site blocking and extn file download blocking. One eth0 for office wired network and another eth1 is for office wireless network for laptop use for guest and visitors.
The problem is [URL] is an Indian government website, which is not working though this proxy server and the Internet Explorer is getting very slow and freezing the computer. In alternate I have configured a another test server with squid proxy with out any security and test the same. the problem is still with the all the computer in the network. The above website is perfectly working with Gateway configuration in TCP/IP properties in Network Configuration in MS Windows XP computers but through squid proxy its not working.
I am running Ubuntu server 10.10 ( i think )i set it up as a LAMP.. apache mysql and php 5.My problem is, when i first set ubuntu up i set it up as dhcp internet and everything worked fine.Now i just upgraded my internet service because my last connection was only 4 mbps.And now i have a static ip. I bought a router, configured the router, and my windows 7 pc works like a charm, but i have no earthly idea how to re-setup the ubuntu server with a new internet connection, the only thing i did notice is the preferred DNS and alternate DNS were loaded onto ubuntu.
I'm going to start a new thread because previous searches have not totally satisfied my question. I've read all day about doing this but each inquiry leads to discussion of configuring the router. I am also not network savy. I would like to set up an FTP server on my home computer (presently Ubuntu 8.10). I have only one computer. I am using DSL with my telephone line for internet connection. I do not use a router.
Is it possible to do this with no router and only a DSL ISP connection?
My ISP seems to be having some configuration problems cos of which I cant download certain files (mostly exe and msi and some rpm files) as the download either doesnt start (firefox download window showing "Starting..." all the time) or download gets stuck at some point of time.
However I have access to my college computer through SSH using public key authentication and my college computer has internet access 24x7. I would like to be helped with 2 things: How do I use the internet through my college computer? Like when I use the internet, the requests go through my college computer so it must appear that the requests come from my college computer IP while I use firefox from my home computer How do I configure yum to download packages through my college computer? I want to setup yum to use the IP of my college computer to download the packages.
I have a computer running XP with a wireless Internet connection. I have installed Ubuntu 10.04 on a second computer. I would like to connect my Ubuntu computer to the internet through a wired connection to the XP computer. As I am a newby to Linux commands could someone explain how to do this in laymans terms.
I have BIG troubles trying to set up wired internet connection in Ubuntu! To be able to connect to the internet I have to enter my MAC address, 2 IPs, netmask and 2 DNS address. When I try to edit the default internet connection eth0 with my correct information, the minute I enter my MAC address and save the changes the network manager creates new internet connection with wrong data and use it instead! I can't select the correct internet connection from the top bar where the internet icon is, because it is just not there. The only connection that I can choice is the new default one with the wrong data! If I try to create new separate internet connection with my correct data the same thing happens! The moment I enter my MAC address and save it, the internet connection disapears from the list of internet connections in the internet area in the top bar and I can't select it. I tried googling it, but with no luck I think that if I set up my connection trough the terminal everything will be ok
We installed the apache server on oraapps.yan.com. we are planning to use as a proxy server.we have 4 servers inlcuding oraapps.yan.com. Each of them has 3 or more applications. I would like to redirect them to oraapps.yan.com. is it possible. if its how to do that.
I am in college and live in a dorm room. As a dorm resident, I have access to only one wired network connection and I am not allowed to connect it to a router. My primary computer is multihomed and I was hoping I could share network access (eth1) through eth0 to a router. Then I want to hook up my secondary system to the router. I am not using the WAN port on the router. I believe this makes it act like a switch, which seems to be what I want.Here is my /etc/network/interfaces file on my primary computer
Code: # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).
My company requires a proxy server that requires a manual configuration to use. Many Ubuntu apps, however, do not respect the HTTP proxy settings.Is there anyway to modify my local firewall settings to automatically forward IP traffic to the company proxies in the same way a transparent proxy might work?Would I need to set-up my own local, transparent squid proxy which itself forwards to the company proxy?
We have two offices suppose A and B. At office A, we use centos 5.3 computer as router and squid proxy server. At office B we use a cisco router to connect to Internet. Computers at office A that has direct access to Internet can access computers behind cisco router at office B using vnc viewer. But computers at office A that can use internet only through squid proxy can't access computers behind cisco router at office B. Is there any way so that I could allow squid clients to access computer behind cisco router at office B using vnc viewer.
I work for a auto dealership, and they have a proxy server that is provided by toyota that does nothing other than route traffic some specific sites they use in the dealership. We are looking to put a local proxy server in place to filter web traffic of virus/inappropriate content. What I am looking to do is set everyone's proxy settings to point to our server but when someone puts in the toyota sites it will redirect them to toyota's proxy server and out. I am not sure if this is possible or not.
Note that I have REMOVED my wireless card in case there was some kind of hardware conflict or failure. I am using a wired connection through a Linksys WRT54G router that is supplying an Internet connection to another computer and an IP phone without any problem.
When I run the command network-admin (or select System > Administration > Network) I can see only 3 tabs (General, DNS and Hosts) It seems that the Connections tab has disappeared (and I believe this happened when I upgraded from Ubuntu 9/Karmic Koala). If I click Help it shows me that there should be 4 tabs, not 3.
The connection dropping began prior to my decision to upgrade. In fact it took several attempts to complete the upgrade. Should I attempt to re-install the upgrade? I am not sure how to do it without losing my connection. When I visit System > Administration > Update Manager, I am informed that my system is up to date.
I need to redirect all http/https/ftp traffic through the remote proxy, but when I changes connection settings in browser or in System->Preferences->Network Proxy it doesn't work well: instead of getting page content browser asks for saving some short (8 bytes) file with the same content for all requested pages. It happens in Chrome/Opera/Firefox. This proxy requires authorization and works on computer with Windos XP. It worked well when I was using Windows 7 and Proxifier, now I have Ubuntu 9.10 with all available updates.
fedora (iptables) eth0 -private :192.168.1.1 eth1 -public : 184.108.40.206 squid proxy 192.168.1.10:3128 my clients range 192.168.2.0/24
how can i make my clients to browse internet only from proxy server my network is NAT 'ed. Please specify a iptable rule to allow internet access for my clients to browse ONLY if they come through proxy server.
I am trying to complete a update from Etch to Lenny but I am currently unable to access the internet via my debian server. I have determined I need to point to a contractor proxy for security reasons, however I do not know where to add the contractor proxy IP address.
Location and syntax of named.conf in Ubuntu's version of BIND 9. I already have an HTTP server (in the form of Apache) along with forum software set up on my Acer netbook. However, the only way I can access the forum software is if I type in my IP address. How do I set up my named.conf to get the IP address to redirect to a domain? I already have my resolv.conf configured to allocate a domain to the IP address, but testing the ping of the site returns a "No such domain" error.
Is there any way to setup the Centos Directory Server without an internet connection?? i tried using the command: yum install centos-ds
but this just tries to connect to the internet to to download the packages. Is there a site where i can find the package so that i can copy it to my server and install it or is there some other way to do this?
I've got my netbook set up so that I can run a SOCKS proxy via my desktop machine. This works fine at home, but I'm wondering what happens at an internet cafe with public wifi.
Specifically, the connection needs initially to be set up with an ordinary direct internet connection so that I can log in to the cafe's router. I'm concerned that when I then set the network proxy to SOCKS host, the router will cease to recognise me and will disconnect me. This particular detail doesn't seem to have been covered in any instructions that I've seen (maybe I haven't looked hard enough).