binding the proxies to a virtual ip

Eating Before Swimming (mathboy@sizone.org)
Thu, 15 May 1997 12:30:01 -0400 (EDT)


Well, I feel dumb. Sorry for posting stupidly to the list about
consolidating my efforts throughout the 8 domains I have machines
running in. Proxy is the way of course! (DUH!)

However, I cant change the primary reverse IP hostname lookups for any
of the machines I can run my proxy on. But I can config some virtual
ethernet addresses on almost all of them. Just how do I get perl
to bind to that IP when it contacts the server so the reverse lookup is
done on the correct IP address?

Also, what about chaining proxies? This should be easy, right? I actually
do have some machines running behind a few firewalls (well, many machines
behind a single dynamic dialup IP, and they have to run their own
local proxies. Also a good way to avoid the ISP's domain getting reversed
lookedup for the rankings... ;)

Thanks for all the help this list has provided!

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Oh, I stand corrected on the Alpha 300s I had running. They became unloaded
later on in the eve after some massive daily (ACK!) recompiles were
done, and now enjoy 900+ kk/s for at least 12 hours a day! YAY! ;)

/kc

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