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Okay so if I remove that line, and add what,
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acl all src all
it should work for any IP? Cause it doesn't seem to be.. Lol

EDIT: Woowwww idiotic of me, I left a defaulted "deny all" line uncommented in the configuration file, it's all working now.
Edited by tvick47 - 3/15/11 at 6:07pm
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Just to add towards the dynamic IP issue,
i'd try no-ip, which is what I use for my media server,
its a free redirecting service, which they have a load of free domains you can create to use, with the main bonus of their client you install on the server, which constantly pings thier servers updating your IP address the domain redirects to.
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ok ive done this myself however i will say for the start i could never get it to work via windows only ubuntu to ubuntu this way is cake.

i dont know what permissions you have on your work machine but if you can install vmplayer and ubuntu desktop into a vm your golden for this. if not i can tell you how to make the proxy server and you have to figure out how to get it to work in windows via putty.

install ubuntu server in vmplayer on your home machine doesnt need alot of resources. say 512mb ram and 10gb hdd to be safe.
when you get to the point you choose your install packages select ssh and lamp, samba is optional.

boot up the vm and then forward port 22 on your router to your vm. now your done at this end.

for the work side if you can get vmplayer and a ubuntu vm installed just install opensshd and then type

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ssh -ND port user@ipaddress.com
then provide the pw you assigned the user on the server.
from there just go into firefox open prefs and set the the SOCKS host to "localhost" the "port" to what you chose and make sure socks host v5 is selected.
from there type about:config into the address bar and do a search for dns
and look for this value
network.proxy.socks_remote_dns set it as true and your golden.

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