Ah! The missing link! This is because I thought the SOCKS=
variables would override each other.
Are they additive or are they treated independently? Could I do for
and then am I correct in understanding items not referenced will go
direct? How do I do the use case whereby I want certain hosts to to
go direct but all other hosts to go socks?
Thsnks for all your help!
On Jan 25, 2007, at 6:19 AM, Yutaka Sato wrote:
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> you "Timothy Brown" <email@example.com> wrote:
> |The goal here, ultimately, is two use cases:
> | - at work, use direct connection only for my domain (local), SSH
> | for everything else
> You can use SOCKS for destination hosts belong to .local domain as
> | - at home or VPN, use SSH tunnels for chosen connections to certain
> | hosts, but direct for everything else
> You can enumerate hosts to be relayed via SOCKS as this:
> |I would like to know how to do both use cases. I have followed the
> |examples but I am not having much luck.
> If your DeleGate is to act as a SOCKS proxy, specify a SERVER
> as this:
> Thus for example, your DeleGate as a SOCKS proxy to select upstream
> proxies based on destination hosts can be like this:
> delegated -P1080 SERVER=socks \
> SOCKS="sockshost2:1080:host1,host1" \
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