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If you're using the public IPv4 address (visible to the Internet), then the network traffic gets sent to the device with that address. That would be your router. This means your router needs to receive the traffic. Then, your router is noticing that there is a forwarded port, so it converts the network traffic's IP address and then sends the converted ...


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If you don't already understand IP Routing, then the results from traceroute will not tell you anything. The route between two nodes over the wider Internet can change from second to second. And the route in one direction is not the same as the return route. And that's not even accounting for the fact that the specific case you mention uses a CDN, meaning ...


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You can use a CMD command to add an IP route. Example adapted to your case: ROUTE ADD 10.10.0.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.20 METRIC 5 ^-net to reach ^-subnet mask ^-gateway to use ^-keep that number low You can use the parameter -p after ROUTE to keep that route across reboots (i.e. ROUTE -P). And remember to run that command in an ...


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Zoredache has put you on the right track. The details of the answer are as follows: Leave the VPN as is, this will setup the default routing table called main; Now we setup a second routing table, for the packets that must not pass thru the VPN. We call the new routing table novpn (not a major flight of fancy there, I agree): echo 200 novpn >> /etc/...


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Normally, the traceroute will use ICMP message. If we use the TCP or UDP message, the traceroute can't know the services running on the destination computer, which means it's hard to determine the port in TCP or UDP message. But the ICMP message should be OK if there is no firewall blocking the ICMP message. can I be certain that an active browser ...


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Take a look here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/612840/adding-route-on-client-using-openvpn D) Bonus option! openvpn also has a up /down directive that allows you to launch a script on connect to vpn this can allow you to do anything you want really. setting dns, routes etc. But it requires you to store the commands in another file. So if you had ...


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If you want to set up a transparent proxy, you need a proxy server software that supports it. That’s because a “captured” connection is different from how the browser would normally talk to a (regular) proxy. First, you install your proxy, Squid in this case, and verify it works as a regular proxy. Then, you set it to accept captured connections: ...



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