Help me to setup Socks5

Help me to setup Socks5

Post by C.G.Gen » Fri, 07 Nov 1997 04:00:00

Hi, all.

We have about 20 PCs in my lab, but only few
of them can access the internet.
I want to setup a proxy in my lab. I wish all
the PCs in my lab can access the internet.

I install a Slackware 3.2, and I am now try to
install the SOCKS5.

But according to the price of our net center.
I have to set some restrictions.

First, I wish no one else without permission can
access the proxy.

Second, the user of the proxy can only access
some of the Internet IPs, for instance:
The following IPs are free to be accessed, I wish
the users of the proxy can only access the following
CERNET IP blocks:          1B          1B           32C           64C           64C          8B          2B         16B          16B
can anyone tell me how to write the socks5.conf or
something else to realize it?

Thanks in advance.


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I'm a bit of a linux newbie and I'm trying to setup a SOCKS5 server between an ethernet
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I have been trawling about looking for info of how to do this but all of the examples seem
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Could someone please email me a sample SOCKS5.CONF for this case where the PPP
interfaces IP address is dynamically assigned by the ISP.  Alternatively, could someone
please point me at an appropriate FAQ.


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