Speed Up WAN Link..Ideas needed
juli at clockworksquid.com
Sun Dec 11 13:34:08 PST 2011
This seems very strange. Which sites? Do you have IPv6 connectivity?
If you don't have IPv6 connectivity, I wonder if that might be the
problem, and we might need some way to tell WANProxy to use IPv4 only.
If you have specific examples that likely will make it easier for me
to reproduce and fix.
Thanks & sorry to hear about your difficulty,
On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 12:04, Ali Jawad <alijawad1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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!
>> On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 03:26, Ali Jawad <alijawad1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 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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