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 script to relay a web request to another server
Hi,
There must be something like this out there!
Basically, say you're behind a firewall which is blocking access to
hotmail (for instance). Is there a script or server utility that you
can install on the firewall (or other accessible machine with full
internet access) that will take your web request for hotmail and get
the hotmail page and return it to you...?

So it would take all your URL requests and make them to the external
site itself, then redirect all the response pages back in to you?

Any ideas...

Thanks,
Eric



 Sun, 25 Sep 2005 00:41:04 GMT   
 script to relay a web request to another server

google "proxy server"
If you control the firewall, you could just unblock hotmail.



 Sun, 25 Sep 2005 01:03:53 GMT   
 script to relay a web request to another server

news:7d4dd2c0.0304080841.5b84e0d9@posting.google.com...

You can use SSH port forwarding also if you have a remote SSH server.  You
can then connect to the other machine via SSH and it will forward requests
through that machine.  For instance, SSH into remote box, open browser and
you have a rule that forwards requests from 9999 to a remote address.

So:

http://localhost:9999      redirect to      http://www.hotmail.com

So all requests get routed through the remote machine.  Assuing that port 22
is open on your firewall for SSH access.

...one option...

ken k



 Sun, 25 Sep 2005 01:33:00 GMT   
 script to relay a web request to another server

Well, you can't do anything from your machine.  The second gateway has
to recognize your machine as part of its LAN, and it will do NAT
automatically.

--
William Park, Open Geometry Consulting, <opengeome...@yahoo.ca>
Linux solution for data management and processing.



 Tue, 27 Sep 2005 01:09:09 GMT   
 
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