3proxy, CentOS 7



  • I have two ip v4 (VPS). CentOS 7. Set and set up 3proxy. With one ip address (the number that was issued when buying a server) - proxy works. I can't build a second-ip configuration. Correct me, I'll be happy to advise you. It's all right.

    daemon
    nserver 1.1.1.1
    nserver 1.0.0.1
    

    nscache 65536
    timeouts 1 5 30 60 180 1800 15 60
    users usertest:CL:passtest "test:CR:$1$qwer$CHFTUFGqkjue9HyhcMHEe1"
    archiver gz /bin/gzip %F
    rotate 20

    auth iponly

    external 000.000.00.01
    internal 000.000.00.01

    auth none

    dnspr

    auth strong
    deny * * 127.0.0.1,192.168.1.1
    allow * * * 80-88,8080-8088 HTTP
    allow * * * 443,8443 HTTPS

    auth none
    pop3p

    tcppm 25 mail.my.provider 25

    auth strong
    flush
    allow usertest
    maxconn 200
    socks -p1080
    proxy -p3128 -i000.000.00.01 -e000.000.00.01-a
    proxy -p3128 -i000.000.00.02 -e000.000.00.02 -a



  • When I tried to download a page with a "unworking" proxy, I started to suspect that the ip was not added to the interface (eth0) because the browser gave a timeout (60 sec) rather than a mistake: the proxy server didn't answer. I did. ifconfig -a And indeed, only 1 ip. I added a second proxy to this interface. ifconfig eth0:1 000.000.00.02 up♪ After the team systemctl restart 3proxy And it's working. I hope it can help someone.




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