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    [Proxy] Trasparent proxy to hide a real proxy?

    My current configuration is

    Computer A -> Proxy Server X -> Internet

    I don't manage the Proxy Server X and I can't change it to become a trasparent proxy.

    When people use a Trasparent proxy, they don't know they are using a proxy.
    What I include in [[..]] is invisible to Computer B
    Computer B -> [[trasparent proxy server Y]] -> Internet

    I want to do a different thing.
    I want to use a Trasparent Proxy Y on a network where the only way to access internet is through Proxy Server X so that computer B will not need to know that there is a proxy.

    Something like this

    Computer B -> [[trasparent proxy server Y -> Proxy Server X]] -> Internet


    Any idea?

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    Re: [Proxy] Trasparent proxy to hide a real proxy?

    any idea?

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    Re: [Proxy] Trasparent proxy to hide a real proxy?

    No ideas...

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    Re: [Proxy] Trasparent proxy to hide a real proxy?

    Maybe an iptables rule on machine Y that looks something like this:

    Code:
    iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination ip.of.server.a:3128
    That grabs outbound HTTP traffic and forwards it to the Squid port on server A.
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