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Re: [tor-talk] Transparent re-writing packet destinations to hidden service?
>> You could use nginx to proxy to the hidden service I guess
>> What application do you plan to use as client?
> thanks for suggestion but its not http. i think http is only protocol with good
> tools to do this. i know socat could act as reverse proxy into tor SOCKS
> interface but its not efficient so i thought better solution maeybe find a way
> to rewrite packet destinations and use tor TransPort
> i guess not?
correct me if i'm wrong:: traffic packets have destination IP address in them. i can reroute the IP address but nuthing else because at this layer i don't know a thing else about the packets. so its impossible to re-route to hidden service because .onion address does not resolve with DNS to a IP address right?
what DOES hidden service .onion address resolve to? just internal inside tor it flips a switch to use special tor logic? nothing that can be meaningful to put as the rewrite destination in a iptables DNAT command?
is my understand correct?
>>> > I was playing around with "TransPort" in torrc what
>> like a very
>>> > nice feature. Thank you!
>>> > My question what if I want to transparently re-route traffic on
>>> to go
>>> > to a hidden service but do it transparently?
>>> > So user thinks talking to example.com but really traffic goes to
>>> > abcd1234efgh5678.onion.
>>> > Is there some linux software or trick that can do this?
>>> Hi sorry to bother, but can anyone make a comments about this? Is
> should I
>>> explain in different words? Key idea is I thinking to make transparent
>>> _reverse_ proxy to hidden service.
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