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I need to make my own private proxy on my dedi, some suggestion?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by tpaolo, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. tpaolo

    tpaolo Regular Member

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    Hi, I reside in Spain but my websites are all in italian, so when I want to see some geo localizated advertising or search engine results I always see spanish results and not italian ones, I own a dedicated server with italian IPs and I'd like to know how can I make a private proxy (for my personal use only) to work as I were in Italy, maybe there is some professional script out there, no matter if free or fee.

    I have been using HideMyAss service but italian proxy were often offline.
    Thanks for help.
     
  2. clfox

    clfox Regular Member Premium Member

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    Hi,

    We have italy proxies. Let me know if you are interested.
     
  3. tpaolo

    tpaolo Regular Member

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    Hi clfox, I took note of your service, however at the moment I only need 1 proxy for web crawling, no spamming nor scraping.
     
  4. judson

    judson Power Member

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    I presume it is a Linux dedi server you have right?

    You probably want to start here ... that's what many VPN providers use to implement their VPNs anyway
    http://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source.html
     
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    NIXMY Regular Member Premium Member

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    I have currently one exclusive italian proxy with 1 month uptime but I am not going to share that. Best solution for you is to setup a squid proxy. Just google for it on how to set it up. Since you've dedicated server, I assume you have linux knowledge.
     
  6. Nitros

    Nitros Power Member

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    Setting up vpn on your linux dedicated server is really not that hard.
     
  7. ewwink

    ewwink Newbie

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    three solution:
    1. ssh tunnel or socks5, every linux server have this.
    2. http/https proxy using apache or squid
    3. vpn

    I think the easiest setup is using option 1.
     
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    faster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    The simplest way to do this is to upload a web-based proxy.
    The most popular script for this is a PHP web proxy script called Glype:
    http://www.glype.com/
     
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  9. sirgold

    sirgold Supreme Member

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    If you have a windows server, install a free socks server on it. If yours is a linux server you'll surely have access to it via ssh. Use putty from windows and log into your linux server as usual making sure to have configured a socks tunnel beforehand according to these directions (with pics lol): http://blog.ramin-hossaini.com/2009/10/06/creating-a-tunnel-and-socks-proxy-with-putty/ Set your client browser to use the socks server in both cases when needed. If you use a lot of proxies Foxyproxy for FF and switchy for Chrome are both nice, even though socks are supported natively by the major browsers (and every tcp/ip program in general with the right supporting tools). HTH
     
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    let me ask a tricky question.. who knows how to setup openVPN in a way where you are using more than 1 IP? I mean lets say 10 PCs connect to your Linux server to tunnel to 10 Proxy IPs
     
  11. tpaolo

    tpaolo Regular Member

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    Thanks for answers, I'll check it out all options asap.