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  1. #1
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    Question about install software on vps

    Hi guys,

    I am about to be ready to buy VPS. The question is how I can get access to VPS and install the software on the server??

    When I install the tunnellier software and when I set the socks proxy, can I make the proxy to go private?

    If yes then I want to know how I can add more IPs on the VPS server for free or if I have to pay for it?


    Please answer it.

    Thanks for reading!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark103 View Post
    Hi guys,

    I am about to be ready to buy VPS. The question is how I can get access to VPS and install the software on the server??

    When I install the tunnellier software and when I set the socks proxy, can I make the proxy to go private?

    If yes then I want to know how I can add more IPs on the VPS server for free or if I have to pay for it?


    Please answer it.

    Thanks for reading!
    As for IPs, you will most likely have to pay for them. Prices range anywhere from $.50 to $2.00.

    Installing "software" will depend on which type of Virtual Private Server you purchase. If you are purchasing a Linux based server you will use SSH to access the server and then use "yum" or something like that to install things. If you are purchasing a Windows VPS you will use Remote Desktop to actually connect to the server and then from there you can either download software or connect your local drive and access it via My Computer.

    If this is your first VPS - try to get a managed provider. They will be willing to work with you and help you when needed.
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  3. #3
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    Thanks for your quick replied.

    Well I am planning to buy a Linux server that come with unmanaged VPS. So how I can get access to the VPS server using with SSH?? What it will be looks like?

    As for the IP thing, if I purchase the IPs from the provider, can I add more IPs in the tunnellier software and can I make the IP to go private where no sites will be able to detected the proxy??

    If I should not use the tunnellier software, then what one I should be using to set up private proxies??

    Cheers!!!

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    You will be asked to provide a password for the root access to the VPS. You will be given an IP address for your VPS

    There are several SSH clients, but a popular one is Putty. Using Putty, you can put in the IP address, click "Port 22", then click "SSH" and connect. A prompt will ask for your username (root) and password (the password to your VPS).

    If you log in successfully, you will have a linux prompt that you can work from. You will need to Google for tutorials on how to install software from the shell.

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    Thanks for the answers. Do you know what software is the best to set up my own private proxies??

    Can I add more IPs in the proxy software to allowed the IPs to run as proxies?? and what about how I can set the IPs as more private where no sites will be able to detected them??

    And the last question is, how I can set up the username and password for each proxy??

    Sorry if I have repeats, but I needs the answers so I will know what to do when I buy the VPS servers.

    Hope you understand this!

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    bump

    can someone give me the answers??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark103 View Post
    bump

    can someone give me the answers??
    I haven't set up proxies before, but you can search for that term or "VPN" here to see some recommendations.

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    If you have no clue how to do all this it is better to either hire someone to do it for you, or just buy a VPN service. Really there is too much you should learn before you can setup all this correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rds100 View Post
    If you have no clue how to do all this it is better to either hire someone to do it for you, or just buy a VPN service. Really there is too much you should learn before you can setup all this correctly.

    Not really, it's not cheap to hire someone when I can do it for myself for free and it will be so expensive to buy VPN which it is pretty stupid to do so.

    Can I add more IPs in the proxy software to allowed the IPs to run as proxies?? and what about how I can set the IPs as more private where no sites will be able to detected them??

    And the last question is, how I can set up the username and password for each proxy??

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    Have a look at 3proxy (3proxy.ru) - It supports everything you want, but is not easy to configure.

    There is no proxy software that has all you want, but can easily be confed.
    I work already with linux for a long time, but 3proxy was even hard for me to setup.
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