Reverse proxy to forward proxy to internet access

Saint Michael venefax at
Sat May 27 14:42:01 UTC 2023

Please look at the links.
All those links are a live digital tunnel to each website. For instance,
the client clicks on my
and I send it forward to
except that he is still inside my own domain, secure.
It's live. So if the target domain is blocked via DNS, in Cuba, It still
works using my domain.

This is all using Nginx.
The question is: is there a better tool to do this?
I am trying to find out.
Some domains don't work, so I am still looking for a better solution.
Also, Cloudflare blocks me.


On Sat, May 27, 2023 at 4:24 AM Francis Daly <francis at> wrote:

> On Sat, May 27, 2023 at 12:39:05AM -0400, Saint Michael wrote:
> Hi there,
> > 100% Nginx
> That looks like an ad for a donation button; but it doesn't immediately
> seem to say "here is how nginx is configured to access a remote web site
> through a proxy server".
> Or "here is how nginx is configured to be accessed as if it were a
> proxy server".
> (It does seem to indicate "this server acts as a reverse proxy
> for some specific remote web sites"; but that's pretty much what
> does. No doubt there is extra cleverness
> to handle the "I don't control the upstream server" issues that usually
> arise; but it does not seem to be relevant to this thread. Am I missing
> something?)
> Thanks,
>         f
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> Francis Daly        francis at
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