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How to setup a TCP Proxy for your hotel

Discussion in 'Habbo Tutorials' started by Hobtel, Nov 7, 2016.

  1. Hobtel

    Hobtel New Member

    Hi, I see alot of confused retro owners when it comes to setting up a TCP Proxy to hide their IP adress, so i will make a quick guide for everyone that doesnt know how it works.
    In case you dont even know why your hotel should use a TCP Proxy then it is because people will be able to find your IP by doing "view-source:hotelname.com/client" or using wireshark.

    (I will use the website [ Want to see this link? Register ! ] trought the whole tutorial)

    1. Enter the your destination IP + Port. Usually port 30000.
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    2. You will get a proxy IP + proxy port after you purchase, for example "proxy.plusprovider.net:30533"

    3. When you got it, you are going to change details in your client.php like this.
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    And now you are finished.

    In case you are using r63 you will have to run this sql aswell.
    UPDATE server_settings SET enable_securesessions = '0';
    UPDATE server_settings SET enable_antiddos = '1';
    UPDATE server_settings SET ip_lastforbans = '1';

    This is just a thread for new hotel owners that dont know how to set it up, I know plenty of people probably already know how to, but just in case.
    If there is anything I should add to this tutorial then just tell me.

    This link is a for the TCP Proxy [ Want to see this link? Register ! ]
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2016
  2. GageDodd

    GageDodd Infraction Banned

    This will be great for people who do not know retros that well! good release man!
     
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  3. Hobtel

    Hobtel New Member

    Thank you, i just think everyone should know how important a TCP Proxy is if you want 100% uptime.
     
  4. LiveToFightAgain

    LiveToFightAgain New Member

    100% is zero minutes of downtime, cannot be guaranteed. uptime.is/100
     
  5. shanegrey

    shanegrey New Member

    thank you
     
  6. TheNotorious

    TheNotorious Im dying slowly.

    Good tut but shitty service. ;)
     
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  7. habparadise

    habparadise New Member

    ty and nice helping
     
  8. Hobtel

    Hobtel New Member

    No problem, glad to help you.
     
  9. rocketsix

    rocketsix New Member

    cool but is it compatible with arcturus emulator?
     
  10. Syr

    Syr Member

    Tried it, and it works
     
  11. Hobtel

    Hobtel New Member

    It works with comet server aswell.
     
  12. Syr

    Syr Member

    Can someone help me finish this code?
    It will show their real IP even when using a proxy
    Code:
    if (isset($_SERVER['HTTP_CF_CONNECTING_IP'])) {
    $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_CF_CONNECTING_IP'];
    }
    --- Double Post Merged, Dec 15, 2016, Original Post Date: Dec 12, 2016 ---
    I got an advice from rzone to use a "[ Want to see this link? Register ! ]"
    Do you know how to do this?
     
  13. Blasteh

    Blasteh sut min pik

    Good tut, shitty and unreliable service. I suggest X4B.
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2016
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  14. Syr

    Syr Member

    I assume that you haven't even used their service.
     
  15. Blasteh

    Blasteh sut min pik

    Dude, you're the same person..
     
  16. Syr

    Syr Member

    Dude, you haven't tried them.
     
  17. Blasteh

    Blasteh sut min pik

    I'm not wasting my money on a shit service. I have heard enough reviews. You already got exposed for using multiple accounts to promote your "company".
     
  18. nakkeost

    nakkeost github.com/marcus-sa

    Never use HTTP_CF_CONNECTING_IP as it is insecure, what you should do instead, is checking whether or not the user is using VPN or a Proxy.

    Haha TCP Proxies are crap and unreliable if the "attacker" knows how to use Kali Linux properly. You do realise a TCP Proxy doesn't protect you against overflooding, because if the Proxy goes down, so does the client.

    Sent from my SM-G928F using Tapatalk
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 30, 2016
  19. NO4H

    NO4H New Member

    That's why you get a proxy that can withstand quite big attacks.

    Good tutorial.
     
  20. nakkeost

    nakkeost github.com/marcus-sa

    Thats why you use "protection". Proxies for this is just as big of a scam as CloudFlare and other "DDoS" Protection companies.

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