setting up a proxy server

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  1. MarketerMac

    MarketerMac Regular Member

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    wasn't sure where to post this and I couldn't find a step-by-step guide on it so I thought I'd put it out to the community -

    is there a relatively simple (I have a server, know how ssh works, etc.) guide to setting up your own private socks5 proxy server? any information, links, suggestions, etc. are greatly appreciated!
     
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    Depending on what type of proxy you are looking to setup you can use something like Glype. http://www.glype.com/
    It's free, and works on most PHP host.
     
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  4. MarketerMac

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    Always happens that way, ask the question and then find the answer on your own. Good luck setting it up.
     
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    vebxperts Elite Member

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    I am also looking on how to setup own proxy server to get multiple proxies.

    @FATBOY: the link you have told about only let us make one socks from one server.

    I am noob in this though but I need multiple proxies. If anyone can guide how to get them exactly.

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    Not 100% sure as I haven't tried it but if you have more than 1 IP on a box, perhaps 3proxy will let you bind different ports to different IP addresses so you can get a few off one box.

    Like I said, not 100% sure as I haven't tried it but may be worth looking at.