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Hi well I'm about to explain something really confusing so I hope I pull it off in one go. I have a VPS with shell and have used my VPS ...
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    Question very complicated proxies and dns


    Hi well I'm about to explain something really confusing so I hope I pull it off in one go.

    I have a VPS with shell and have used my VPS as a exploit to a game (Home) now this game Home requests certain files from a domain (domainHome.com) what I did was add a dns zone with that domain name through cpanel and made it grab the files from my server whenever the user sets their dns server to our IP adress.

    This was going well untill this latest patch. Instead of the game asking for the files throught domainhome.com they completely turned it into a simple IP adress.

    What I basically want accomplished is that we reroute this IP adress (with port 10060) to our server whenever people use my proxy or dns.

    so in a nutshell

    PC user---> VPSserver (grabs files from there)--> then the original game IP.

    we just want to forward this specific ip with port 10060 only. so XXX.XXX.XX.XX:10060.

    So instead of grabbing these specific files directly from the game ip it grabs the edited files from my vps server instead.

    Anyone can help me with this I greatly apreciate it

    If it's still confusing I'll try and make it simpler to understand.

    Thank You (my englis is bad)

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    Have you looked at IPTABLES and NAT'ing? This can redirect a packet from one ip address to another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazydog View Post
    Have you looked at IPTABLES and NAT'ing? This can redirect a packet from one ip address to another.
    I tried but iptables its really difficult.

    Can we discuss this on msn, Id pay you freelance work if you can do it. Paypal verified.

    my msn is insane (at) pshomebeta.net

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