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Networks Tunneling stuff with bouncer - quick HowTo

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Phil, 10 Oct 2001.

  1. Phil

    Phil New Member

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    First, download Bouncer from www.r00t3d.org.uk

    It's available for Windows and Linux :)
    I think there's a FreeBSD version too if anyone's using that anywhere...

    1. Find out what your ISP's webcache is. Make a note of it's IP address, and what port it uses (normally 8080)

    Below example is how to use Morpheus thru your ISPs webcache (to avoid the limits they've put it place)

    in a command promt, run the following :

    bouncer --port 1080 --socks5 --tunnel 194.72.9.37:8080 --bind 127.0.0.1

    the ipaddress above (194.72.9.37) is, as far as I can make out, a BT webcache.

    The set morpheus to use a sock5 proxy, enter the proxy's address as 127.0.0.1 port 1080
    (tools -> options -> firewall )


    and hopefully fingers crossed, that will work....


    if you need help with this please email me : email@philipveale.com
     
    Last edited: 10 Oct 2001
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