Using WAN Proxy for WAN Optimization
Ahmed El Gamil
ahmed at manhag.org
Mon Oct 5 02:45:16 PDT 2009
what i really need right now is to tunnel all the traffic across the link
then i will be looking at optimizing one application at a time like HTTP
Can you help me out with that ?
>> On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 00:35, Ahmed El Gamil <ahmed at manhag.org> wrote:
>>> Hello guys,
>>> First, i would like to thank Juli for the good work on the WAN Proxy
>>> project, it will solve a lot of problems not yet solved except by Commercial
>>> So here is the current situation i am currently working on, we have 2
>>> locations with various types of servers on both and we would like to use WAN
>>> Proxy as a WAN Optimization software to reduce the amount of data flowing
>>> between the 2 locations to save costs and here comes the questions:
>>> 1. How should the network be setup now ? should i install the 2
>>> servers with wan proxy with 2 interfaces on each server, one facing the
>>> local network on the location and one facing the public network (Internet),
>>> where those WAN Proxy servers will be the gateway to both of the networks ?
>>> and if so, then which one should be the WAN Proxy server and which should be
>>> the client ?
>>> 2. If the above infrastructure is correct then what template should i
>>> follow to send all the traffic between the 2 locations, something like this
>>> or the "Proxying over a WAN using SOCKS".<http://wanproxy.org/examples.shtml>
>>> BTW, I am very interested in the project and i would like to do any
>>> contribution i can, may be with some usage documentation or Linux Packaging
>>> Thanks in Advance.
>>> Ahmed El Gamil
>>> Systems Engineer
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