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StevieD 
25/8/08 5:04:05 PM
Disciple

hi i dont know if this is possible but here goes.

i have a small site i host on an old computer, is it possible to, say, browse to my site with a tag on the end for it to load another site. (probably not well explained)

ie. www.site.com/google

then my site will load google but through me in a way so say www.google.com is a forbidden site but www.site.com isnt i could still browse to google.

thanks.

sorry for shoddy explanation sorta hard to type what i mean, just ask any questions

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StevieD 
25/8/08 5:09:40 PM
Disciple

oops probably sounds like im tryin to do sumfin illegal. what it was for. today at work for some reason we couldnt browse the WWW, but other stuff like VNC and what not worked, so i guessed something was with port 80 and figured to route through my site on a different port.
www.site.com:1024 or what not

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Girvo 
25/8/08 5:27:20 PM
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A proxy is what you're looking for. PHProxy springs to mind. :)

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luser 
25/8/08 9:14:00 PM
Overlord

No, what you need is a reliable network, or a network admin with a clue. A proxy is not the solution to your problem :)

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spielentwickler 
25/8/08 9:35:09 PM
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Actually, a proxy is a solution to the problem.

Perhaps not THE BEST solution, but a solution none the less.

I regularly use ssh to set up a dynamic (socks 5) proxy to my home network if I have trouble accessing the web for any reason (or wish to encrypt my web traffic even from the network admin).

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StevieD 
25/8/08 11:10:52 PM
Disciple

we have a quite capable network admin ... this problem is ISP based

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johnsee 
26/8/08 9:02:55 AM
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Quote by spielentwickler
Actually, a proxy is a solution to the problem.

Perhaps not THE BEST solution, but a solution none the less.

I regularly use ssh to set up a dynamic (socks 5) proxy to my home network if I have trouble accessing the web for any reason (or wish to encrypt my web traffic even from the network admin).



SSH Tunnelling FTW

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luser 
26/8/08 6:27:11 PM
Overlord

Quote by StevieD
we have a quite capable network admin ... this problem is ISP based



Sorry, I didn't mean any disrespect to your network admin. If it's an ISP problem then you should be getting them to fix it.

Quote by spielentwickler
Actually, a proxy is a solution to the problem.

Perhaps not THE BEST solution, but a solution none the less.



No, it's not a solution at all because it doesn't solve anything. It's just a workaround and a very clumsy one at that.

Call your ISP and tell them to fix it; wave your SLA in their face if you need to. If they don't resolve the issue find a new ISP.

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StevieD 
27/8/08 7:56:43 AM
Disciple

yea the boss has been on the phone, took the 2 day to rectify the problem.

thanks though, fast response

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nicephotog-jvm.net 
27/8/08 9:21:14 AM
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Trying to load some other site then use a frame.

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luser 
27/8/08 6:47:52 PM
Overlord

Quote by nicephotog-jvm.net
Trying to load some other site then use a frame.



No, you would actually need to use a reverse proxy in this case, and rewrite the links in the HTML being returned from the destination sites. Otherwise when you click on a link within those sites you'll be accessing it directly.

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StevieD 
27/8/08 8:40:42 PM
Disciple

Quote by luser
Quote by nicephotog-jvm.net
Trying to load some other site then use a frame.



No, you would actually need to use a reverse proxy in this case, and rewrite the links in the HTML being returned from the destination sites. Otherwise when you click on a link within those sites you'll be accessing it directly.



yea i figured that a frame would be as if you were just going to it. how hard would the "reverse proxy" be?

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