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How to route all droplet traffic through my residential IP address?
I’ve setup a Ubuntu 14.0.4 droplet and have used vncserver to setup an XFCE desktop environment on the droplet. I’ve also installed firefox on the desktop environment and would now like to route all the firefox traffic through my residential IP address, if that makes sense. To elaborate, my droplet has IP address 159.202.xx.xx, and my home IP address is 99.103.xx.xx. If I visit whatismyip.com using the firefox browser on my droplet, the IP address shows up as 159.202.xx.xx, but I want to connect my droplet to my residential IP address and route all traffic through there via proxy, so that when I visit whatismyip.com on the firefox browser on the droplet, it will display my residential IP address.
Sorry for the noobish question. I believe this should be possible by setting up a SOCKS proxy from the vncserver droplet to my personal laptop at home, but I’m not sure how to do this. Any help in accomplishing this would be much appreciated.
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