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    Tunneling UDP traffic thru the proxy, how?


    Hello,
    i found how to setup socks5 proxy which is able to work with UDP traffic too. It is done using dante (google: dante socks proxy)

    BUT i was unable to setup SSH tunnel using my Windows PuTTY to work with dante to runnel UDP.

    Please can anyone point me to the right tutorial which guides on how to setup proxy for UDP tunneling? Traffic must be encrypted.

    Thank you
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    shadowsocks and openvpn seem to be able to work with UDP
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    Quote Originally Posted by postcd View Post
    shadowsocks and openvpn seem to be able to work with UDP
    can also be done with dante. plenty of stuff in their docs on how to forward things and you were even told to look there in another forum and you didnt.

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    I can not edit my previous posts so i am making new post. Regarding my previous reply, Shadowsocks may not support UDP out of the box. Here is what i found: "For UDP, you need to use SocksCap or ProxyCap to force programs you want to be proxied to tunnel over Shadowsocks" it was on this page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by postcd View Post
    I can not edit my previous posts so i am making new post. Regarding my previous reply, Shadowsocks may not support UDP out of the box. Here is what i found: "For UDP, you need to use SocksCap or ProxyCap to force programs you want to be proxied to tunnel over Shadowsocks" it was on this page.
    dante is better. cant you understand their docs?

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