[tproxy] Is tproxy a real transparent proxy?
elyasaf at icomsw.com
Sat May 30 21:35:43 CEST 2009
Try this link
Anyway tproxy is a great project and a real transparenty, without any
special performance request, and you can be a sure that you have some
From: mtpr [mailto:mtpr at carreira.com.pt]
Sent: Friday, May 29, 2009 10:08 PM
To: tproxy at lists.balabit.hu
Subject: [tproxy] Is tproxy a real transparent proxy?
I am testing tproxy with a vmware Centos-5.3 virtual server.
I installed squid-3.1, iptables-1.4.3 and kernel-188.8.131.52.
Everything seems to be working, unless one...
There is a proxy behaviour I thought it would be expectable, but I found
it doesn't work the way I thought.
Here is the example:
If I create a cgi-bin script in a apache webserver that prints the
client ip address like this one:
# coding: utf-8
print 'Content-Type: text/plain'
I thought that, in a real transparent proxy, it would give me the
original client ip address of the browser computer.
Like the old transparent proxy way (not tproxy), it prints the ip
address of the proxy server.
If I want the original ip address, I need to read the environment
It doesn't seem to be a "real" transparent proxy.
Is this the expectable behaviour, or could be something wrong with the
way I setup my tproxy?
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