Speed Up WAN Link..Ideas needed

Ali Jawad alijawad1 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 12:04:20 PST 2011

I completed the setup, but some sites open and some not, some sites
need to be reloaded a few times for it to work, I.e. CSS does not load
Any ideas ?

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 12:27 AM, Juli Mallett <juli at clockworksquid.com> wrote:
> Hi Ali,
> If you already have the SOCKS example configured, then you should be
> able to use your browser or operating system's proxy configuration to
> tell it to use SOCKS for HTTP or FTP or whatever protocols you need.
> If you have trouble finding this and tell us what OS and browser or
> other software you're using I'm sure one of us can help you get the
> information you need!
> Thanks,
> Juli.
> On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 03:26, Ali Jawad <alijawad1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I did setup wanproxy in client/server mode as per the Proxying over a
>> WAN using SOCKS example in http://wanproxy.org/examples.shtml . Here
>> is the issue
>> I do have a server in Asia which is the client and a server in the USA
>> which is the wanproxy server, I want traffic for browsing to pass
>> through the wanproxy link and from there on fetch the sites I need in
>> the states and send them back after that through the WAN link to the
>> client server which sends them to the browser of the client in my LAN.
>> Is this something WAN proxy does ? Do I need to do additional stuff ?
>> Such as setting up SQUID on wanproxy server or client server ? Is any
>> ip forwarding needed ? What configuration should I use on the browsers
>> ?
>> I am sorry for the long list of questions, but I am sure it will come
>> in handy for people who research the topic online "once answered that
>> is :)"
>> Thanks !
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