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hello, I've been trying to google my way into an answer however I haven't had much success. What I'm trying to do is set up a linux box with up ...
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    hello,

    I've been trying to google my way into an answer however I haven't had much success.

    What I'm trying to do is set up a linux box with up to 200 IP's where users can SSH into and tunnel, each having their own unique IP.

    Currently, I have the part down where users can SSH in and tunnel, but they all share the same IP. Is there a way to have them SSH into their assigned IP and anyone who tracks their internet activity only traces it back to that single IP?

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    Thanks for the response, however I already have this part set up.

    More of what I'm looking for is if my linux IP is *.*.*.1 and I have aliases set up for *.*.*.2-200. If a user SSH tunnels in to *.*.*.105, and requests an HTML page from say Google, i want Google to know it's coming from *.*.*.105, instead Google thinks it's coming from the main IP of *.*.*.1.

    Thanks for your help.

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