Http Tunnel - Bytesized Hosting Wiki
OpenVPN tunnels all your traffic. When you only want to browse anonymously (with your seedbox IP) that is unnecessary. Setting up HTTP proxy is easy and only takes couple of seconds.
Table of Contents
- Configuring PuTTY
- Configuring browser
- Starting tunnel
- Browser(in this wiki Firefox is used)
In host name fill your server name.
Scroll down to
Source port **type in** something like 12345 (you can use any combination of numbers). **Select** radio buttonsDynamic
and then pressAdd`.
- Still under
Dataand fill in your bytesized username.
- Now we can save the changes. Go back to
Saved Sessionsenter the name you like for this connection(Server at Bytesized, Bytesized tunnel are some eg.) and
- When you open Firefox open up
Optionswhich is under
Tools. Go to
Networktab and then
Manual proxy configuration"and fill in
SOCKS Hostwith localhost and Port with the one you set up in PuTTY. Save the changes.
- When you start PuTTY, choose the connection that was saved and click
Openwill open the putty window and ask for your password. Password is the application password located at your bytesized Dashboard.
Now you can start your browser and check your IP with one of the online services like whatismyip.com
PUTTY must be open for your tunnel to work.
Open up terminal and type:
ssh -D portnumber [email protected]
ssh -D 8081 [email protected]
If you cannot open blocked site even after using the tunnel
There is a chance that site block is more sophisticated and includes DNS blocks in which case http tunnel won't be able to load the website(unless you know the IP). In that case you should try using OpenVPN or using HTTP tunnel with DNScrypt. If you manage to successfully use DNScrypt and want to help out by writing a step-by-step wiki please contact us via the ticketing system.
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