[plug] Proxy server
Adrian at Diskworld.com.au
Wed May 18 15:10:31 WST 2011
If your aim is to be able to watch iView, openvpn is going to be your
best bet. iView only uses HTTP (and therefore the proxy) for indexing
the content. The actual stream occurs on a different port.
Forcing all your traffic (or even just the traffic for your ISP's local
iView CDN) via openvpn should work reasonably well, provided you have
enough bandwidth. Don't forget, iView is aimed at "broadband"
connections of greater than 1.1Mbps.
On 18/05/11 05:31, Tim wrote:
> Otherwise there is openvpn. Provides a tunnel that all your traffic
> can go through.
> 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
> <mailto: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 to
> > watch the news.. Guess there is vnc but I don't think sound works
> with that.
> > The howto guides I've found are for internal caching using squid,
> maybe I'm
> > not using the correct terminology?
> > Alternatively, anyone know of a reasonable priced tunnelled proxy
> with good
> > 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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