I currently have a computer under Ubuntu with 2 Internet connection on 2 different NIC (4G & Normal Cable Internet)
4G Local IP: [login to view URL] with gateway [login to view URL]
Cable Internet Local IP: [login to view URL] with gateway [login to view URL]
I'm trying to make it so that when connected to [login to view URL] as proxy, the connection used is the 4G one.
I've installed SquidProxy & tried to create routes on the computer but it just doesnt work.
Edit: For little clarification: The goal is to use the computer with local IP [login to view URL] as a proxy server. When other computer on local network will use [login to view URL] as HTTP proxy, the External Ip should reflect the 4G connection, not the cable connection
Endgoal in graphic : [login to view URL]
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Hi how are you. Have done already this kind tasks many times with squid, you need redirect your proxy network to internet over 4g modem, i can do it will provide documentation too. Thanks good luck
Hi, What you need to do is forward packets. Routing doesn't works here as its incoming packets from your other clients. I would also like to know how is your squid configuration. Thanks
Hi There, I can solve this for you rather quickly with policy based routing. Let me know how soon you would like the work done and the access credentials for the buntu box. Best regards