Squid & Privoxy Installation / Configuration
I need someone to install and configure Squid & Privoxy on a CentOS Linux Server. Server will have 300 Public IP Addresses.
I want to access the Squid Proxy server using any of the 300 IPs (Port can be 3128, 8080 or whatever port(s) we decide). I want to go through the proxy server and when I hit the destined website I want the website to see my Proxy IP "ONLY". I don't want the website to be able to see my real IP. I want to ensure real anonymous access. Whatever filters are needed I will need you to apply them accordingly.
I connect to the proxy listening on 184.108.40.206 and the request to the origin server will be come from 220.127.116.11, while if I connect to the proxy listening on 18.104.22.168 the request to the origin server will be come from 22.214.171.124.
Authentication will be fixed username/password (only 1 username/password is needed at this timeS). Authentication can be from a password file - Digest/Basic Authentication. Whatever works best with HTTP Traffic.
I will need you to configure the Linux Firewall IPTables to work in conjunction with the Squid/Privoxy Proxy Setup. All Public IPs and Ports will need to be entered in the IPTables.
I will be handing you a fresh CentOS Linux Server and I want you to setup the Squid/Privoxy Proxy and any additional things necessary to achieve full operation of the Proxy Server. Configuration must be complete and if server is rebooted all services must startup automatically.
2.4 GHz Conroe - 160 GB SATA HD - 1 GB RAM
Running Linux CentOS
Squid and Privoxy is not currently installed on the server
The Winning Bidder MUST have a good amount of positive feedback and have experience setting up Squid and Privoxy. Please do not bid if you are not highly confident with the configuration listed above. Although this is not a hard configuration to accomplish, I want to ensure a smooth implementation. Please do not bid if you have 0 feedback. If you have any questions or need further clarification as to the scope of the project please ask. Thank you.