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hello people, i would please love to hear your opinion on this. i have 3 available public IPs on a dedicated server. i installed a proxy there and made it ...
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    Question why is IP all the same?


    hello people, i would please love to hear your opinion on this.

    i have 3 available public IPs on a dedicated server. i installed a proxy there and made it listen to those IPs.

    for example:

    http_port 192.168.1.2:3128 192.168.1.3:3129 192.168.1.4:3130

    then i proceeded to test this, setting a browser to use proxy on the 3 IPs. going to ipchicken.com or whatismyip.com, i expected to get the 3 distinct IPs to show. instead, these services give me an IP which is the IP of the server, the one really bound to the ethernet device not just as a virtaul interface. and the IP that is showing is not among the 3 i use.

    is this normal behavior if you use virtual interfaces? or am i missing something in the proxy configuration?
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    ack, stupid me forgot to set the tcp_outgoing_address for this! hahaha.. .
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