TunnelME is a program that allows to connect to any Internet service through a chain of SOCKS or HTTP proxies to hide the actual IP address and to work with a programs that are not designed to support SOCKS protocol directly.
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A program that allows to connect to any Internet service through a chain of SOCKS or HTTP proxies to hide the actual IP address and to work with a programs that are not designed to support proxy directly.
It can act as SOCKS proxy, as well as HTTP proxy or any other service, depending of remote server specified.
TunnelME can be used with client programs that do not support proxies, but work with one TCP-connection and remote host is defined explicitly (like SSH, Telnet, HTTP, IRC, mail (POP3/SMTP) and so on).
* How it works?
It creates local TCP server on port you specify (as 'local port') and serves connections. Any connection to this port are automatically 'tunneled' to server/port you specify as 'remote host' using either direct connection or throught proxies chain (1-10).
So application that connects TunnelME will work like it is connected directly to remote server.
TunnelME is not protocol-dependant so may tunnel any TCP connection.
TunnelME server could be accessible either locally (not visible from LAN) or in 'connection sharing mode' (visible from LAN, you may turn it on by unchecking 'local only').
'Shared mode' is nice way to share some resource, available on some computer only to entire LAN.
* Practical use.
Just download trial, intall and run. No specific user rights required.
Specify remote host (target machine for POP3/SMTP, SSH, IRC etc.; proxy-server for HTTP), specify proxies chain to use to hide your IP or to go out your LAN, press 'Start It' and connect your client program to TunnelME (it's 'local port'). Need analyze traffic logs? Turn on traffic logging and examine logs within internal logs viewer. TunnelME is the tool to tunnel some TCP service from one computer to another, pass the traffic both by direct connection or proxies cascade, as well as allow you optionally log such traffic for future analysis.