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    DNS tunneling?

    OpenVPN seems to be working out fine…thanks for the suggestion! I should have taken your suggestion earlier! <br>I just have one …
    By weslowsk
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    sharing openvpn's client connection via Windows ICS - PSN not working

    Hi, I recently configured OpenVPN on my DO droplet (CentOS 6) server, the OpenVPN client on my Windows 7 machine to connect to it, and the OpenVPN client on my iPad to connect to it. Each of the clients is routing tra...
    1 By weslowsk
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    DNS tunneling?

    Thanks for the advice…my reason for wanting to only change DNS settings and nothing else is because not all my devices (i.e. PS3)…
    By weslowsk
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    SSH listen on 443

    never mind…I had a prerouting rule in there that I shouldn’t have… <br>please ignore this post…
    By weslowsk
  • Published Question

    SSH listen on 443

    Hi, I would like my SSH server (sshd) on my CentOS 6.5 droplet to listen to more than one port. So, I specified 2 ports, 22, and 443. Connecting to it via port 22 works fine, but 443 doesn't. I made sure that the fire...
    2 By weslowsk
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    DNS tunneling?

    But if I use OpenVPN, then I don’t achieve my goal state of just changing some DNS settings…right? And I think connecting through…
    By weslowsk
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    DNS tunneling?

    Thanks, have you tried this for the scenario I’m suggesting?
    By weslowsk
  • Published Question

    DNS tunneling?

    Hi, I live in Canada and I recently spun up a CentOS droplet configured in NYC2. With my Netflix account, I'm restricted in what I can view by my location. I was wondering if I can use my droplet to tunnel packets (DN...
    8 By weslowsk