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Force Chrome to tunnel DNS requests through a SSH socks proxy

Setup a socks proxy (check this page for more details) on port 8888 (the port is not that important). Start chrome with the following parameters: [codesyntax lang=”bash”] chrome –proxy-server=”socks5://localhost:8888″ [/codesyntax] Also we can check if this works and run the following command on the SSH server. The tcpdump will show¬†show dns traffic for any activity … Continue reading Force Chrome to tunnel DNS requests through a SSH socks proxy

How to install dhcp, dns, pxe on debian squeeze

Introduction This document describes how to install DHCP, DNS and PXE network services on a debian squeeze. For this tutorial I use a machine that has two network interfaces: eth0: 10.34.132.149/255.255.254.0 (WAN interface) eth1: 172.20.30.1/255.255.255.0 (LAN interface) To install a PXE server, you will need the following components: DHCP Server TFTP Server NFS/FTP/HTTPD server (to … Continue reading How to install dhcp, dns, pxe on debian squeeze

How to configure bind on CentOS 6.3

DNS stands for Domain Name System and is a a hierarchical distributed naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet or a private network. In other words DNS translate human readable hostnames such as test.org into machine readable ip addresses such as 89.36.25.239. Preliminary notes – Server Name: ns.test.org – Server … Continue reading How to configure bind on CentOS 6.3

PXE boot/Kickstart CentOS 6.3 Install

A PXE install server allows your client computers to boot and install a Linux distribution over the network, without the need of burning Linux iso images, or human interaction. For this tutorial I use a machine that has two network interfaces: eth0: 10.34.132.149/255.255.254.0 (WAN interface) eth1: 172.20.30.1/255.255.255.0 (LAN interface) To install a PXE server, you … Continue reading PXE boot/Kickstart CentOS 6.3 Install