If you want to really be in the UK with your connection, I think you'd want to really connect from the UK to the source of whatever you want, then copy that source to wherever you are actually at. Of course I'd wonder about performance with the RPi if you are talking about streaming video, which is what they are blocking, right? My only personal experience is with a pi being used to bring in wifi and then send it out on the ethernet port for a network. That did work for modest things. Of course your bottleneck might be upload speed in the UK, I don't know.julianlewis wrote:How should I configure the UK PI to share its Internet connection with my French PI The only idea I can come up with is to implements a process that opens a TCP socket and copies packets to and from the local 192,168.1.x on the UK pi !!! This seems like a kludge.
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ssh -D 0.0.0.0:8080 firstname.lastname@example.org
Does the BBC have regular tutorials on computing?DougieLawson wrote:Why not run your own VPN?
There's a tutorial on the BBC (irony?) which shows you how to set it up on a Raspberry.
No. They have a regular magazine program called "Click" (which I won't watch because its presenter annoys me). It's also too simplistic for me. Click is made by BBC News and shown on their 24 hr rolling news channel.Woll wrote: Does the BBC have regular tutorials on computing?
It has been questioned as to if all of this is legal though. If it turns out it is not, this thread may well disappear........julianlewis wrote: I hope this will be of general interest for all these expat s