Is using a Proxy Server like the free TOR Proxy Server (which according to their Website is completely Open Source and Free, just like Ubuntu) against the Rules? IP Blocked Message.
i would like to setup two transparent proxy server that use Ubuntu Server and Squid as transparent proxy. My idea is to synchronize the cache between Proxy 1 and proxy 2. so both Proxy server will have same cache inside them. I wish to use Rsync that is an open source utility that provides fast incremental file transfer.
I am running perfectly running reverse proxy server for multiple domains, with 1 TB of RAM, 160 TB of HDD, fast as hell, running at this moment 364 websites, where pass thru data is around 1-5 GB per second.
I set socks5 proxy system> preferences> network middleman to connect through wifi to a router with Firewall may have to unlock something? ping is normal, but if you want to connect to the site by the browser it shows the error:
Unable to connect to the proxy server.
A proxy server is a server that acts as an intermediary between your computer and other servers.
I have installed squid proxy server to hide our network ips after some time it becomes slow then I read through NAT rules to achieve what I want by proxy server. As per this link the difference between NAT and proxy server is the way they handle nos of user.
I'm a beginner in this area, please bare with me if my request is messy.
I need to configure a proxy server 1) which will allow my clients to connect to my proxy server then 2) they will be able to see a login page. when i asked some IT gurus they told me "configure the forwarding url in proxy". how do i achieve this? what kind of proxy i should use ?
Please help, thanks in advance.
I am open to other free software than CGIProxy, to permit from any workstation to access as many website as possible.
But in my case, I am trying to make work web proxy : CGIProxy 2.1, with nginx-full 1.1.0-0~12~lucid1 (for passenger_root), fcgiwrap 1.0.3-1, libfcgi0ldbl 2.4.0-7.1ubuntu1 on an Ubuntu lucid (10.04) for my company.