In message <_A3930@delegate-en.ML_> on 02/26/08(11:50:39)
you "Brad Konia" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I'm trying to setup Delegate as a transparent proxy that can forward all TCP
|traffic from Server A to the Internet via Server B. In other words, I would
|like to make it appear as though traffic is originating from the IP address
|of Server B, even though it's really originating from Server A. Normally
|this would be accomplished using SOCKS, but in this case, for various
|technical reasons, it's not practical to socksify the applications running
|on Server A.
|Here's an example of what I mean:
|1. Start a Delegate on Server A: delegated -P10800 ADMIN=
|email@somedomain.. SERVER=delegate MASTER="ServerB:10800"
|1. Use IPTables to redirect all outgoing TCP traffic from Server A to the
|Delegate running on Server A: iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -p tcp -j REDIRECT
|3. Start a Delegate on Server B: delegated -P10800 ADMIN=
|email@somedomain.. SERVER=delegate PERMIT="ServerA"
|I realize the above configuration doesn't work. I'm able to get the two
|Delegates to talk to one another, but I can't figure out a way to use the
|Delegate on the proxy server as a gateway to the Internet for Server A.
|Is it possible to use Delegate for this purpose?
I supported "SO_ORIGINAL_DST" in DeleGate/9.8.2-pre19 as written in
<URL:http://www.delegate.org/mail-lists/delegate-en/3938> and it will be
applicable to your case. The configuration could be like follows:
delegated -P10800 SERVER=tcprelay://odst.-:- SOCKS=ServerB:10800
delegated -P10800 SERVER=socks
9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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