Routing Tomato and Ubuntu Server through Squid, OpenVPN, and obfs2

  • Status Closed
  • Budget $30 - $250 USD
  • Total Bids 7

Project Description

I successfully set up a Ubuntu [url removed, login to view] home server that is able to connect through OpenVPN and obfsproxy from my home in China to a VPS in California. Unfortunately, I'm having trouble routing all data through the connection and do not have time to look into it. I would also like to set up Squid as a transparent cache proxy to help with efficiency.

Here's the setup:

1. Ubuntu [url removed, login to view] Server on a VPS in Califonia running OpenVPN and obfsproxy

2. Ubuntu [url removed, login to view] Desktop on a Home Server in China running Squid, OpenVPN and obfsproxy

3. TomatoUSB router on a Linksys E4200

I successfully established a connection through Squid using Firefox.

I successfully established a connection from the Home Server using OpenVPN through obfsproxy BUT could not ping through the connection.

Here's the project details/goals:

1. Complete all routing necessary on Tomato and the Home Server to send all internet data through Squid --- OpenVPN --- obfsproxy to the VPS.

2. Write the Ubuntu start up manager on both the VPS and Home Server so that the processes start and connect automatically if either the VPS or Home Server are restarted

3. Make changes to the ovpn and conf files as needed to start the connection automatically

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