The FreeBSD Diary

The FreeBSD Diary (TM)

Providing practical examples since 1998

If you buy from Amazon USA, please support us by using this link.
[ HOME | TOPICS | INDEX | WEB RESOURCES | BOOKS | CONTRIBUTE | SEARCH | FEEDBACK | FAQ | FORUMS ]

FreeBSD Support
 New Topic  |  Go to Top  |  Go to Topic  |  Search  |  Log In   Newer Topic  |  Older Topic 
 FreeBSD behind MSProxy v2. Need help.
Author: rob 
Date:   16-11-00 00:36

I have a freebsd box behind msproxy and can't seem to get it to work.

The proxy IP is 10.0.0.1 port 80 running DHCP and DNS

freebsd box: IP 10.0.0.7

I have tried several different things and looked through all the material I could find but have as yet come up with nothing.

defaultrouter="10.0.0.1" - can I set a port number on this ?

nameserver="10.0.0.1"

and I have setup all the hostnames for all the local machines.

If you're a UNIX user trapped behind a msproxy server, here's to you.
-- Inferno Nettverk A/S, Oslo Research Park, Norway.

So I am not holding out to much hope here. After a bit more investigation I find that it uses a different protocol!

Still any help would be useful

Rob

P.S. I have tried using 'dante' but it didn't work

Reply To This Message
 
 RE: FreeBSD behind MSProxy v2. Need help.
Author: icmpecho 
Date:   16-11-00 01:39

the single chance is enable socks on ms proxy
winsock proxy wont work



Reply To This Message
 
 RE: FreeBSD behind MSProxy v2. Need help.
Author: rob 
Date:   17-11-00 15:37

I now have socks running on the Proxy server.

But how do I forward all packets ?

Do I have to run a socks client command before each program or is there a way to run a daemon that will forward all packets?

Thanks for the help

Rob

Reply To This Message
 Forum List  |  Threaded View   Newer Topic  |  Older Topic 


 Forum List  |  Need a Login? Register Here 
 User Login
 User Name:
 Password:
 Remember my login:
   
 Forgot Your Password?
Enter your email address or user name below and a new password will be sent to the email address associated with your profile.
How to get the most out of the forum

phorum.org