Raspberry Pi 4 Mobile Proxy using 4G Modems

darkhero007

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Hey guys I'm currently trying to build a 4G proxy solution using the Raspberry Pi 4 and some 4G modems that I have in my possession. Following a couple of guides that I found on the forum but have not managed to get it to work yet. Wondering if there's anyone that can help me out. I've tried the free proxidize script but it didn't work for the 4G modem that I have.

The model of the modems that I have is the ZTE MF 823 - couldn't find any guides using this specific one. Would the best way still be to use squid/3 proxy?
 
The model of the modems that I have is the ZTE MF 823 - couldn't find any guides using this specific one. Would the best way still be to use squid/3 proxy?
Hi,

ZTE MF 823 seems to be a Hiilink mode dongle, therefore on Linux it will report as Ethernet interface. This is a best and modern way currently vendors making modems do prefer.

Modern proxies based on Linux using CGs control groups v2 and namespaces will manage these dongles without problem even these dongles all will report into kernel with same IP address from NAT pool maintained by DHCP on that dongle.

Best regards
OctetPro.xyz
 
Mf823 is a well automated modem, idk why proxidize doesn't support it. Its api is very easy to work with. I worked with them a lot. Moreover ZTE 's web server is open source, you can read sources
 
Hey guys that is great news. I've been a bit held up with running the BH campaigns and switched focus from farming, but I really need to get back to setting up new proxies so I can generate more accounts.

Will definitely go down the Raspberry Pi + MF823 route then, just can't find any tutorials on it so hopefully, I can find some documentation online and manage to scrap something together. Would be great if you can point me towards some resources I could use as I've been searching but came up with nothing.
 
Hi,
ZTE MF 823 - How ot modifying default IP Address of LTE Stick. I dont find any solution for that, can you help?
 
Use squid proxy and netbird for peer to peer connection so you can connect to your RaspPi without opening port on your local network.
 
Use squid proxy and netbird for peer to peer connection so you can connect to your RaspPi without opening port on your local network.
This. There's tons of bots out there sniffing for open ports looking for access to your LAN. I hadn't heard of netbird before but it looks interesting, thanks for the tip! If you want a more hands-on approach to connecting to private resources without opening a port for learning purposes (or possibly production) look into "remote ssh tunneling". This is conceptually pretty close to what a lot of services that allow tunneling around your firewall are leveraging. Like I'm pretty sure ngrok is just remote tunneling + fancy DNS automation.
 
What is the speed through Netbird tunnel? All these free tunnels are very slow (ngrok, yggdrasil, zerotier).
 
What is the speed through Netbird tunnel? All these free tunnels are very slow (ngrok, yggdrasil, zerotier).
I did test and from original 200 Mbps / 108 Mbps I get 11 Mbps / 5 Mbps. I thinks that problem is Netbird server location. Good thing is that Netbird is open source so you can deploy your own server much closer.
 
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