Redirecting traffic to an external proxy

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Brick, Dec 15, 2014.

  1. Brick


    Dec 15, 2014
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    Hi all here is what I would like to do, if someone can hel me out thank you very much if not o well keep up the good work.

    I have several D-Link DSL-2640B routers, they are not in any sort of lan or aything like that, they are in diffrent citys, I wanted to set them all to go over an external proxy server.

    First thing that I would like to know is this even possible with this router model?
    If so, could anybody explain what I would need to do and how to do it or at least point me i nthe right dirrection.

    Point of this ?
    To monitor traffic and deny access to some sites.

    Thank yo uall for your time.
    Brick, Dec 15, 2014
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  2. Brick

    dav3nator Guest

    The router model should not matter.

    I cannot post links since I do not have 10 posts. Do the following:
    1. Google search for 'internet content filtering'
    2. Select 'Five Best Content Filtering Tools - Lifehacker'
    It has some good options listed.

    You should also take a look at OpenDNS

    You did state you wanted an external proxy however that could have a decent size fee associated to it. If you don't have many users you could manage it at the desktop level (K9) or even put a server at each site.
    dav3nator, Jan 3, 2015
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