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Use home IP as a proxy on VPS?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Scoobeigh, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. Scoobeigh

    Scoobeigh Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have a VPS and a number of proxies I use for social media. However, some of my main accounts are on my home IP, is there anyway I can use my home IP as a proxy on my VPS?

    Thanks!
     
  2. creztor

    creztor Power Member

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    You aren't going to be able to "link" your home IPs to the VPS. Even if it you could, why bother? The IPs would still look the same. Meaning, if your home pc is in LA then the IP will show that it originates from that area. If your VPS is in Seattle, then those IPs will show up as from Seattle. The IPs will still look completely different. Why not just use your "home" accounts you mention with the proxies on your VPS? Are they really going to get immediately blacklisted just because you used a different IP? The only reason I can think that would happen is if the proxies on your VPS are already blacklisted/flagged due to creating too many accounts or something like that.
     
  3. akacash

    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It's not too hard. Just look for a Socks5 server you can run locally on your PC, and then have the client connect from your VPS.
     
  4. SPPChristian

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    indeed you can use a socks5 win server that can set up your home ip as a socks proxy, but you will have to forward ports if you are behind a router or firewall.
    or you can set up using windows a PPTP VPN Server very simple, and again if tyou are behind a firewall or router you will have to forward the PPTP ports
     
  5. sinan492

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    It's not too hard
     
  6. JustAnotherD

    JustAnotherD Newbie

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    maybe you guys will know this. I am trying to turn my windows xp (its a vmware) to a proxy server so I can use on my vps.

    im trying to just get a ip:port to plug into on my vps.

    I looked up video etc but I just dont understand, I tried ccproxy didnt work, i looked up squid for windows but I just dont get it all the video i see is they create the proxy on the windows but they go to their own browser on the same server and enter localhost:port and it shows their same ip i dont get it lol.
     
  7. TheRoger

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    Pointless in my opinion