Using an outside proxy server form behind a proxy server

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by UnaCoder, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. UnaCoder

    UnaCoder Guest

    I have a squid proxy configured on my home network server computer. At
    work I have to use the corporate proxy to access the internet. Is it
    possible / how do I tunnel through the corporate proxy to use my home
    UnaCoder, Feb 22, 2006
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  2. If you have agreed to work at your place of employment in exchange for
    wages and other considerations, then abide by the office rules. If the
    rules are unteneble, explain your objections in your letter of

    No one should be forcing you to work for anyone. If you are being
    forced, then report this abuse of personal freedom instead of worrying
    about trivialities such as this.
    Douglas Mayne, Feb 22, 2006
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  3. UnaCoder

    UnaCoder Guest

    This is not an answer to the question asked. Thank you for your
    opinion, but I have a different point of view.
    UnaCoder, Feb 22, 2006
  4. It appears you are posting from a bank. From what I've heard they
    have pretty good security, inside and and out.
    Douglas Mayne, Feb 22, 2006
  5. UnaCoder

    UnaCoder Guest

    Good security, but they won't block connections to my ip at home...
    anyways that's besides the point. You seem to be taking a special
    intrest in this and I don't know why you care.

    Perhaps some one else will post a more informative answer, one that
    addresses the question asked.
    UnaCoder, Feb 22, 2006
  6. You're a smart guy- I'm sure you can figure this out by yourself.
    You'll also be able to stay ahead of Pinkerton's men.
    Douglas Mayne, Feb 22, 2006
  7. UnaCoder

    UnaCoder Guest

    That's why I'll throw in some SSL when I get this working ;-)

    That won't do me much good though, they have a screen monitoring
    program too
    UnaCoder, Feb 22, 2006
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