How to use our proxy for HTTP traffic over IPv4 Print

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We provide a reverse proxy for all clients with a NAT VPS package. This proxy can be used to enable HTTP and HTTPS traffic on port 80/443 for all VPS'.

To enable the proxy ssh to your VPS and install our proxy tools as follows:  

UK Locations: 
curl proxyinstall-uk1.natvps.uk/bin/install.sh > /tmp/install.sh && bash /tmp/install.sh

US NY Locations: 
curl proxyinstall-us1.natvps.uk/bin/install.sh > /tmp/install.sh && bash /tmp/install.sh

Please read the TOS carefully and type YES to agree to them. 

Once installed run the following command to add your VPS to the proxy, this can be ran for a single domain or multiple domains:
To add a single domain:

natvps-proxy domain.com

once ran you will see the following output: 

All Record(s) Added. You can now point an A record for each of your domains to: xx.xx.xxx.xxx

As per the output you must Point an A record for your domain to the IP returned. 

Adding Multiple Domains:

natvps-proxy "domain1.com domain2.com domain3.com"

once ran you will see the following output: 

All Record(s) Added. You can now point an A record for each of your domains to: xx.xx.xxx.xxx

As per the output you must Point an A record for each of your domain to the IP returned. 


Adding an additional domain

To add an additional domain you must also re-add your previously added domains and specify the -F flag as follows:

natvps-proxy "olddomain1.com olddomain2.com olddomain3.com newdomain.com" -F

Once completed add the required A records for your newly added domain(s). 

If you want to operate over SSL please see our guide for adding certificates to the proxy. 


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