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tunnel TCP traffic through a HTTP proxy

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Browsers (in general HTTP clients) use HTTP proxies to request web pages. The proxy forwards those request to the destination server. All the negotiation is done via the HTTP protocol, which is designed just to carry HTTP requests and no generic (TCP/IP) traffic. That is why you can't (normally) use Internet applications beside your browser if you are behind a HTTP proxy.

That is what desproxy is good for. Desproxy is a TCP tunnel, which means desproxy can forward TCP/IP traffic via a HTTP proxy. Desproxy uses a HTTP/1.1 method (CONNECT) to establish TCP/IP connections on demand. CONNECT is used for SSL connections when accessing to secure sites. So if you can access sites that support SSL (www.hotmail.com for example) you can use desproxy.

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Package version:0.1.0~pre3-8
Architecture:armel
Distribution:Debian
Filename:desproxy_0.1.0~pre3-8_armel.deb

/usr/share/man/man1/desproxy-dns.1.gz

desproxy-dns(1)             User Commands            desproxy-dns(1)



NAME
       desproxy-dns - DNS for dynamic connections

SYNOPSIS
          desproxy-dns dns_server proxy_host proxy_port

OPTIONS
       None

DESCRIPTION
       If you have direct DNS access then you don't need to do
       anything else.  You know you have direct DNS access if you
       can resolve host names to IP addresse
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/usr/share/man/man1/desproxy-inetd.1.gz

desproxy-inetd(1)           User Commands          desproxy-inetd(1)



NAME
       desproxy-inetd - Desproxy for inetd

SYNOPSIS
         desproxy-inetd remote_host remote_port proxy_host proxy_porta

OPTIONS
       None.

DESCRIPTION
       Desproxy-inetd is same as desproxy(1), but meant to be used
       from inetd.conf(5).

ENVIRONMENT
       None.

FILES
       None.

SEE ALSO
       dnsprox
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/usr/share/man/man1/desproxy-socksserver.1.gz

desproxy-socksserver(1)     User Commands    desproxy-socksserver(1)



NAME
       desproxy-socksserver - Using desproxy with dynamic
       connections

SYNOPSIS
         desproxy-socksserver proxy_host proxy_port local_port

OPTIONS
       None.

DESCRIPTION
       You can see that for every application that needs to be un-
       proxyzed you have to start a desproxy program. That is OK if
   
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/usr/share/man/man1/desproxy.1.gz

desproxy(1)                 User Commands                desproxy(1)



NAME
       desproxy - a TCP
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/usr/share/man/man1/socket2socket.1.gz

socket2socket(1)            User Commands           socket2socket(1)



NAME
       socket2socket - 
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/usr/share/doc/desproxy/changelog.Debian.gz

desproxy (0.1.0~pre3-8) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/control
    - (Build-Depends): Rm dpkg-dev
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/usr/share/doc/desproxy/changelog.gz

0.1.0-pre3 (10/06/2004) - Patched desproxy-dns.c, the UDP short write bug
			  should be ironed out.
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/usr/share/doc/desproxy/copyright

Format: http://anonscm.debian.org/viewvc/dep/web/deps/dep5.mdwn?revision=174
X-Format: http://dep.de
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