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TOR relay and transparent routing

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Setup

Simple: a NAT router and behind a LAN with a server and a workstation.

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Install

If you are not root, use sudo -i or su to get a root shell then:

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Prepare a control password

You will need a password to remotely control your TOR server:
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Configuration

Open /etc/tor/torrc with your favourite editor and configure a few things:
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Firewall

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, for easy rule making. Edit /etc/ferm/ferm.conf:
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Port forwarding

The only port you need to forward from your router to your TOR server is 9001.
If your router is also a Linux server, you can do this with ferm again. Edit /etc/ferm/ferm.conf:

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You can also run arm remotely, by connecting on the ControlPort (9051) and using the control password.

Use TOR on the workstation

Instead of using TOR for the whole system, let's add a tor user that will pass through TOR, while other users still use the normal connection:
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Edit /etc/ferm/ferm.conf to mark packets coming from tor user:
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