Forum Replies Created
That’s true The hijacked traffic via 10.0.0.1 is packaged into SOCKS5 and sent to VPN server via 192.168.1.25 network card. But I do not understand, why not directly on the 192.168.1.25 adapter to do traffic hijacking?You need two adapters because you want to do the NAT transformation?Guarantee that incoming and outgoing traffic can receive unlimited NAT types? Do you have a direct way to communicate?E-mail or other contact information.
I need a PC in the LAN to act as a gateway, so that game hosts like PS4, Switch and Xbox can send all TCP/UDP traffic to this PC, and this PC can send the traffic sent by these hosts to the proxy server through SOCK5.And the packet address port that is sent and returned cannot be NAT restricted.
Now we are in urgent need of a scheme that can hijack traffic through the gateway and forward TCP/UDP to the proxy server through SOCKS5, but the demo available on the official website is not enough to support me to complete this scheme quickly. If your company can provide support, we are willing to purchase the development license.
I would like to be able to have other devices set the gateway to the PC address, and then forward the traffic from other devices to the PC to the proxy server. This is my requirement.I don’t understand what the provider is, and why the default network card of the PC is used as a client.