Reverse Proxy (Need some help here)

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Reverse Proxy (Need some help here)

Post by Nippi » Mon Oct 29, 2018 11:10 am

Hello, i will explain what is my situation, hope someone here can help me :D

I addquired a reverse Proxy (game protection) for my VDS which is a different IP and that IP redirects to my real VDS IP.
I made that so people can't know my real IP and attack directly to the VDS.

So, everything looks good the only problem is that if i made this command through CMD on Windows like netstat -an my real IP shows up instead of the Proxy IP, as you can see it.

Lets says my IP Proxy is: 8.8.8.8 and my real one is: 4.4.4.4

TCP 192.168.1.123:50331 4.4.4.4:22 ESTABLISHED
TCP 192.168.1.123:56465 4.4.4.4:22 ESTABLISHED
TCP 192.168.1.123:56474 4.4.4.4:7172 TIME_WAIT

As you can see, the command shows up my real ip instead the proxy ip.

So, what i'm asking is if i can change the IP from /etc/network/interfaces to 8.8.8.8 (which is basically the same, since it redirects to the real ip) to not show my real ip through those commands (CMD or Ternimal) or what can or should i do to prevent that to happen?

Pinging my domain is fine, it return the Proxy IP instead of the real ip but the problem are those commands (netstat and such)
Thanks in advance.

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