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Knowledgable 3proxy User - Multiple External IPs

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Crazy, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Crazy

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    Hi,

    I need some help with 3proxy. I have 2 external IPs and I'm trying to get them to work independent of each other with 3proxy. When I tried to modify it, no matter which IP I connected to, it would only show 1 IP, the initial, primary IP when the server was purchased. Willing to pay for your time.
     
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    I am not clear on what you are doing.
    A computer usually can only have one default route. I think the proxy program will only work with that default route.
    So whatever IP is being used by the internet, the proxy program will only work with that default route.
     
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    No that's not true ... you can have multiple active IPs on a server... look at your typical proxy server, for instance.
     
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    No one can help? :\
     
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    umm, i could...
     
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    Did not see this last night but, you can have a million IPs, but only one default gateway.
    You can have multiple default gateways and divide them up through metric to say what one to use, ut not more than one at a time.
    I have not even gotten RDP (remote desktop protocol) to work right with switching default gateways (active IP). For after you connect to the RDP session and then switch the IP- default gareway to another connection, connection lost even though the internal IP is still active.
    This is also true for VPN.
    I assume it is true for 3proxy.
     
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    Well guys I found someone to lend a hand for $40, and it was quite simple after he explained the process. My issue was an outdated version of 3proxy. I needed 6.0.1 (the latest version). It was quite simple, too. I've decided to share the configuration file here so as to help any others who might be having this problem:

    Code:
    nserver 8.8.8.8
    auth none
    daemon
    proxy p1111 i1.2.3.4 e1.2.3.4
    proxy p1111 i1.2.3.5 e1.2.3.5
    socks p2222 i1.2.3.4 e1.2.3.4
    socks p2222 i1.2.3.5 e1.2.3.5
    log /dev/null
     
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