University Firewalls and Proxies – FIXED

Yeap, I now have fully functional sensor-free internet and it wasn’t such a complicated procedure in the end.

The only thing I needed was a linux webserver that I could track its IP Address, (using a dynDNS service or a static IP), squid proxy server software running on the webserver, a SSH reliable client (I use PUTTY) if you are running on Windows. If on Linux, you’re in luck, SSH client functionality comes out-of-the-box.

How did I do it? Implemented, not academic? Keep reading.

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