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Re: HTTP tunnel (3)


ip masq was suggested by Ahbas too,  I will have to look into it.  But ther
is one question, will I be able to get back the data squid returns available
to my program in real time, because it is on the basis on this that it will
allow/deny the browser to display the page.


>> I am trying to code a HTTP tunnel...something that runs at port 9000
>> (here), listens to browser requests (setting proxy at 9000 in browser)
>> and then passes on this HTTP request fom the browser to a squid proxy
>> running on port 3128 on
>in case you just wan't to get this thing running, then i wud suggest that u

>consider using linux ip masq with port forwarding feature.. it does exactly

>this, and comes built into linux!!
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