[plug] Proxy server

Tim weirdit at gmail.com
Wed May 18 05:31:50 WST 2011

Otherwise there is openvpn. Provides a tunnel that all your traffic can go
You can openvpn/SSH to your home connection if your uplink is fast enough.
Otherwise finding a local server you can vpn to is the best option.

On May 18, 2011 3:51 AM, "Garry" <garbuck at westnet.com.au> wrote:
> I'm heading to bali in august, and I'd like to setup a proxy server to use

> when away.. This is so I can have an aussie ip, allowing me to use iview
> watch the news.. Guess there is vnc but I don't think sound works with
> The howto guides I've found are for internal caching using squid, maybe
> not using the correct terminology?
> Alternatively, anyone know of a reasonable priced tunnelled proxy with
> bandwidth? Going for 2 weeks so $10~20 is about the mark.
> It's not the end of the world if I can't do it, I could easily access the
> podcasts collecting at home via ftp.. But it'd be handy..
> I don't know iptables if that's the answer. Is there a linux based
> application to set something like this up ?
> Thanks,
> Garry
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