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Is this setup possible:

isp -> tunnel-1 -> tunnel-2 -> destination

tunnel-2 will be exit IP, but in the "tunnel-1" containter. So ISP should only see traffic from tunnel-1. The programs used should be putty and chrome.


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yes it is possible. it seems reasonable to connect a tunnel from the customer premises to the tunnel1 source interface, in which case the isp couldn't see anything at all except a single encrypted tunnel with data passing across it. they can probably tell alot from signal timeing, size, etc, but they couldn't see any data in the tunnel packet.

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