Hello, thank you for checking out this project.
I got a dedicated server running CentOS 5 which I'm using to host several websites distributed among 74 IP address.
I need someone to teach/guide me through the process of installing and setting up a HTTP Proxy server (Squid, 3proxy, etc) so I can use as many of those IPs as I want for the proxy server. For example, let's say the server got 5 IPs:
If I connect to (as an example) IP2:port 8580 I want remote sites to see that IP2 is the one opening the connection. Same thing if I connect through IP4 or IP5, etc.
In other words, just one Proxy installation should be able to service every IP added to its list.
I just need a mini guide with every step I have to follow, command to run and file to edit. For security reasons, you won't have access to the server.
I don't need to handle multiple users or passwords as this proxy will only be used by me.
The Proxy server CAN NOT leak the real IP address or give out any indication that a proxy is being used. This will be checked thoroughly and if the proxy is found to leak any information or indication that a proxy is being used, the project won't be paid. (I am currently using 3proxy and I was shocked to see it is leaking everything).
As far as I know, this is really easy to do but I don't want to do it by trial and error and risk screwing something up and taking down my sites with it. So I'd rather have an expert tell me exactly what to do. I already have installed and configured 3proxy and I have some (minor) experience installing software on linux, please bid accordingly.
Thanks for your time and happy bidding! :)