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How do I surf using my linux vps?

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  1. HollywoodToday

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    I've got a vps from VPS6.net, they said I need an SSH tunnel. How do I surf from my windows xp, but through my linux vps?

    I'd like to create a second adsense account and I have a vps, so I thought this would be the best idea.

    Can anybody walk me through this, I know it would only take a few minutes.
    I tried putty, but it asks for password, but denies my password.
    I tried NX nomachine, but its complicated.

    Anybody have a tutorial?

    I also have virualbox with ubuntu, maybe somebody can walk me through that process instead of windows xp.
     
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    You need to log into your vps through ssh from windows. If it denies the password it's because you are trying to login remotely as root -generally not allowed by default- or some other security policy on the linux server. Simply create a new normal user. Also the tunneling must be allowed in the sshd config file on the linux server, that's generally the default. YMMV. You need to create a tcp tunnel that will turn your vps into a socks server and to do that putty is the safest and quickest bet (no additional daemons to install/configure/babysit) . Stick to this guide and see if it helps: http://vectrosecurity.com/content/view/67/26/ It should.. ;)
     
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    Thanks a bunch bud,

    I'm on it!
     
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    That's a great tutorial!

    but, I'm still have the same problem.

    When I follow the tutorial, then press open, the putty prompt says the following:

    Using username "chili".
    Chili@64.225.220.226's password:
    Access denied

    I don't know why it says chili.

    btw, in the putty prompt, I'm entering the password that I use to login to my vps panel.

    hmm, maybe Ill ask vps6.net a little more too.
     
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    you need to use a user account of your linux os
    like sirgold said, create a new one through the vps panel.
     
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    Thanks man i was also looking for this...........
     
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    I'm using Teamviewer client on my linux machine to connect to Xin XP box, it should also work the other way, with linux server.
     
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    This is the best method because you don't have to install any software on your linux server.
     
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    So, I need to create another vps account. I don't see anywhere in the panel to create another tho.

    And useing teamviewer to login to my linux machine sounds like it wouldn't work. Do you think vps6.net has vps's with desktops on them?

    Well, this is great info, but I'm still a little lost. I'm also chatting with vps6.net, maybe he'll give me some ideas too.
     
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    OK! I'm following this tutorial-->http://vectrosecurity.com/content/view/67/26/

    I logged into putty successfully finally, but sure what do do with the port and my browser and localhost...

    So I'm still on the hunt for info
     
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    If you logged int successfully you're halfway there! Logout :) Hoping your sshd file is configured correctly on the linux server you'll need to configure PuTTY before reconnecting. Fire up the client and enter the hostname and port: [​IMG]In the left-hand panel, navigate through Connection > SSH > Tunnels (see below) expand the ?SSH? menu and select the ?Tunnels? sub-menu. Enter 8080 in the Source Port box (could be any another port > 1024 stick to 8080 it's easier :D) and select the Dynamic radio button. Click Add and ?D8080″ will appear in the Forwarded Ports list. [​IMG] Connect with putty and once logged in change the browser settings on windows so that it uses 127.0.0.1:8080 as SOCKS server (not http, important!). Technically what happens is that Putty will simply open port 8080 on YOUR WIN MACHINE and will forward the tcp/ip requests using your LINUX server while connected via ssh. HTH
     
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    OK, that's super info, and I went through it, but when I enter the info into the browser and try to browse, I can't browse.

    You mentioned, "hoping your sshd file is configured correctly on the linux server", well I think that's the problem.

    I spoke with vps6.net again, they said I needed to install openVPN onto my vps using their tutorial-->https://vps6.net/my/knowledgebase/32/How-to-Install-OpenVPN-on-CentOS-VPS.html

    Soo, I'm still trying to go through all the loops, I wish there was just a tutorial.


    Here's what vps6.net says for me to do, so that I can surf from my pc but using the vps ip:

    "You would need to install a VPN application such as OpenVPN on the VPS, then use a VPN client on your PC to connect to the VPS and establish a VPN connection. Then, all traffic to/from your PC will be routed through the VPS via the VPN (virtual private network), which will obscure your PC's IP."

    so I guess ill just continue my journey, which will take forever lol
     
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    setup SSH tunneling, and forward X11 while running gnome or KDE...
     
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    I don't know what that means bean, but Ill look into it.
     
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    Hi
    I get a "proxy server is refusing connections error" , tried on root as well as a newly made user account but still get this error , can someone help please?
     
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    OP get a Windows VPS intsead of Linux, that will ease things for you at this moment.
     
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    the best solution is the one from sirgold which is to create a tunnel and use your VPS as a socks server with these instructions http://vectrosecurity.com/content/view/67/26/

    if however you want to display a linux desktop on your windows machine then there are 3 ways to do this.
    1.freenx from www.nomachine.com/
    2.xming from here www.straightrunning.com/XmingNotes/
    3.x2go from here www.x2go.org/

    you also must be certain you have the x-window system installed on the linux machine as sometimes the VPS will not have this if you do not install it yourself.
     
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    That is a great tutorial, but I'm just going to use private proxies from proxybaze.

    My goal is just to create another adsense account or at least og into another with a new ip.

    I'm going to try VirtualBox+proxy firewall+private proxie=adsense account. Is that a decent idea?

    Anybody sell quality adsense accounts?