Hey Steven,StevenP wrote:I got my Pi working through a proxy server using Dr Thornber's super guide below:
Durham Johnston Comprehensive School
Using a Raspberry Pi in School
http://www.durham-johnston.durham.sch.u ... Itemid=183
Best of luck!
The Connection to the proxy is the problem.Piminiuser wrote:Maybe a Openvpn server?: http://raspberrypihelp.net/tutorials/1- ... r-tutorial
Or a PPTP vpn?: http://raspberrypihelp.net/tutorials/21 ... spberry-pi
Or a squid proxy server https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUGPUYmr4lE
Note: Configure your vpn/proxy with a open port. i guess your school is blocking the most ports.
To use a proxy-server from the command-line, you can define the variable 'http_proxy' or 'ftp_proxy'. Depending on your shell, it's either (for zsh/bash):dntpls wrote: The Connection to the proxy is the problem.
I want to go to the proxy with the pistore but it doesn't have a proxy.conf
Isnt there one proxy file for all programs in raspbian?
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export http_proxy="http://proxy:proxy-port" export ftp_proxy="http://proxy:proxy-port"
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setenv http_proxy="http://proxy:proxy-port" setenv ftp_proxy="http://proxy:proxy-port"
Thanks for the help both of you.geekinthesticks wrote:Probably what you need is a transparent proxy. Normally this would be on your default gateway. All traffic to port 80 will normally end up going through your gateway, so you set up an ip chains rule on the gateway to route all traffic to port 80 on the gateway via squid's port (3128 by default). Thus you don't need to change anything on any of the computers connecting to the gateway.
If you think this might be what you want, I can provide more details on how to do it.