[DeleGate-En] Re: Transparent UDP relaying over SOCKS
In message <_A3511@delegate-en.ML_> on 09/28/06(22:52:30)
you David Ponzone <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I setup ipfw to forward the desired packets to 127.0.0.1:1080/udp.
|Now, I am not sure I can use delegate to listen on 1080/udp and
|forward the packets transparently through the socks server on
|I think I understand now something which was still unclear 10 minutes
|ago: delegate needs another delegate to talk to.
It can be as this:
delegated -P1080 SERVER=udprelay://UDPhost:UDPport SOCKS=220.127.116.11:1080
Note that a single destination port of the UDP (UDPhost:UDPport) need
to be specified because there is no way for DeleGate to see the original
destination of the UDP packet.
|> What DeleGate can do in relaying UDP is getting UDP packets from
|> client host at a local port (8053 for example) and forward it to
|> (remote) destination port (of server as dnshost:53 for example), and
|> then relay UDP packets between the pair of the client and the server.
|> It might be relayed by a SOCKS server (at sockshost:1080 for example).
|> The configuration parameters are as follows:
|> delegated -P8053 SERVER=udprelay://dnshost:53 SOCKS=sockshost:1080
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