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How to turn a VPS/server into a proxy
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Requirements:
A VPS/server
Basic knowledge


Tutorial:
[hide]Step 1: SSH into your VPS/server with this command:
Code:
ssh -D 12345 [email protected]
Change "12345" with the port that you want to use.
Change "user" to your username on the VPS/server (Usually "root").
Change "1.1.1.1" to your VPS/server's IP address.

Step 2: Press enter and login.

Step 3: You can now connect to your server like a proxy.

The IP that you would connect to is "1.1.1.1" and the port would be "12345" (Or what ever you changed them to).[/hide]


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#2
It's not that hard, it's almost the same thing like with a normal PC (if it's windows)
Anyway thanks for the share.
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#3
I am replying to see this thanks for the share OP
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(03-15-2014, 03:14 AM)Anonymous-Force Wrote: I am replying to see this thanks for the share OP

Same

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-Siberia
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#5
Hmm replying to see thanks cisco
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#6
Thanks, lemme check this out Smile
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#7
With this be happening with the new PP vpn? Big Grin

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-Siberia
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#8
let me see.......................................
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