Thanks for your answer, but I fear that it's not what I'm looking for.
I'd need to send to the SOCKS server all the SOCKSable traffic passing
through the gateway running delegate, but not directed to this host.
Consider this scenario:
Host A ---
Host B --------> running ---->Internet <------- SOCKS server
| delegate ^
Host C --- |
Host A,B,C belong to a private network and are connected to the Internet
via a gateway (that nats the private network addresses).
When host A wants to go somewhere, for example to www.delegate.org, the
gateway intercepts the packets coming from host A and redirects the
request to the socks server. All this stuff without having to do any
SOCKS setting on host A.
The configuration that you suggested,please correct me if I'm wrong, is
redirecting to the external SOCKS server all the packets arriving to
port 1080 of the gateway.
Any other suggestion?
Yutaka Sato wrote:
> On 11/08/01(12:49) I wrote in <_A1397@delegate-en.ML_>
> |On 11/08/01(03:32) you Attilio Vaccaro <email@example.com> wrote
> |in <_A1396@delegate-en.ML_>
> | | is it possible to use delegate as a transparent SOCKS proxy?
> | |
> | |What I would like to do is to have a delegate daemon running on a
> | |firewall manage the traffic coming from a private subnet and resend it
> | |to another SOCKS server, without having to reconfigure all the hosts of
> | |the subnet (also because I'd like to use SOCKS for clients that don't
> | |support it directly, like telnet).
> |# delegated -P1080 SERVER=socks CONNECT=s SOCKS="anotherSOCKSserver:1080:*"
> |will do.
> Or more simply the following will do.
> # delegated -P1080 SERVER=tcprelay://anotherSOCKSserver:1080
> In both case, note that you may have to sepcify a PERMIT parameter
> or so to give access permission to the clients if they are on
> networks which is not connected to the host of your DeleGate.
> See <URL:http://www.delegate.org/delegate/Manual.htm> anyway.
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